Just the other week my boyfriend and I were having dinner at a local restaurant in Kamala Beach in Thailand, celebrating Christmas. We were looking back at what an awesome year we had in 2015 and how many more great things we have lined up for 2016. During the conversation though, it became clear that I have been refusing to leave my comfort zone since we left Spain.
Apparently, I really loved the way we set up our life in Santa Pola and actively sabotaged everything that would remotely change any details in it, including working on new business ideas or any planned books. (You know, developing a business or writing a book is too much work and I like being lazy, enjoying my life as it is 🙂
It’s time for New Year’s resolutions and goal setting, but I have blogged about setting smart goals and committing all your resources to hitting your targets, so I won’t repeat myself. Instead, I’ll talk briefly about comfort zones.
Watch the video or read the transcript below to learn more.