Putting yourself out there is the only way to make progress.
Because doing something tangible is the best way to get the feedback that’s necessary for progress.
If you run a business, this will come in the form of getting sales or communicating with people you need to grow and improve your business.
If you’re on a path to better health, it might come in the form of going out there for a run, or a swim, or joining a gym.
If your goal is personal growth, this might involve putting yourself out of your comfort zone and doing the things that scare you.
You get the idea.
Comfort leads to complacency.
DISCOMFORT is where growth is.
If you want to progress.
If you want to do bigger and better things.
If you want to be better.
Make friends with your discomfort.
The best way to go about it?
Then build on it.
Stretch your comfort zone.