In the heating and air conditioning trade, the point on the thermostat in which neither heating nor cooling must operate – around 72 degrees – is called “The Comfort Zone.” It’s also know as the “The Dead Zone.” – Russell Bishop
Now we know where the concept of ‘The Comfort Zone’ came from! It’s actually quite appropriate that it’s also referred to as ‘The Dead Zone’. It’s the zone in which we can’t really grow. We just cruise along and soon enough we’re not happy with ourselves, our lives and the world!
So when that happens to you, look within and try to figure out how much of your life’s being lived in the dreaded comfort zone!
Awareness is always the first step, action comes next, the being must come first only then can the doing be appropriate and effective.
First Be then Do!
Recommendation: The Art of Being