End of Your Comfort Zone
Comfort Zones Within Us!!!
I recently wrote about my perspective on comfort zones. (Click HERE to read it) I stressed on the fact that freeing from your comfort zone will not only lead you on a path to success. But, by taking these risks, you will be able to identify your strengths as well as weaknesses. As this topic is very crucial for self development, I decided to take a step further and take views of various people about comfort zones.
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Shweta Kumar: Short hair Paradox
Shweta Kumar is writer of fiction novels and for columns on feminism as well as parenting. She is a mom of two and features posts on Indian parenting. She runs a beautiful blog called Times of Amma.
As for comfort zones, Shweta talks about how she chops off a massive length of hair for donating it for making wigs for cancer patients. Living in India, we know the importance of having thick, long hair and the value it is given. But, Shweta steps forwards to participate in a good cause. Because in the end of the day, "It is just hair, so, it will grow back."
Now what my question to you - "Should we follow the society or do what is right?"
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Gulfam Ahmad: Live like a child
Gulfam Ahmad was diagnosed with polio at a very young age. But, despite the hurdles, he has won the title of Mr. Wheelchair India. Additionally, he has given a motivational speech in Ted talks as well as in Josh Talks. He now practice powerlifting and does a private job.
He talks about how you should be as open and talk whatever your heart says, without staying in your comfort zone. Because that, will lead you onto the road to success. He states an example where his life turned after confronting his feelings to the principal that he wants to join school.
Kavya Mukhija : When you dodge your zone
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Kavya is a graduate in Psychology and a published author of a short story in The Anonymous Writer's flagship anthology - A Book Called Home. She is living with a medical condition called Multiplex Congenita and uses a wheelchair to move around. Kavya is a disability rights advocate and has taken the voices of the Indian youth with disabilities to global forums like the United Nations, SAARC and the UNICEF, being the youngest Indian delegate at the 8th of State Parties at the UN.
She talks about how differently abled individuals are forced to dodge their comfort zones. which in turn, helped her with self development.
Let's hear from Zainab!
Zainab is a mom blogger who started off as a very shy person who did not dare to put her Instagram profile on public. However, she later realizes that staying in her comfort zones hinders her success. With a profile that is now public and interactive content, Zainab has come a long way with her blogging career.
Let's hear from Shalini
Shalini's love for traveling has lead her to start a blog which focues mainly on her traveling experiences. In this video, she talks about how its extremely important to identify the comfort zone that helps in your mental well being. We all come back to out comfort zone from time to time, but it is the right zone?
Let's hear from Rifa
Rifa is a food blogger who was initially an introvert. She was always socially inactive, but, tables turned when she got passionate for food. She knew that if she wanted to start a blog about food, than she had be more active on social media. Hence, she came out of her comfort zone to pursue what she loves and is suceeding in it!