Danger In The Comfort Zone

Written by Jay Conners

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He didnít have to say any more, I gotrepparttar picture.

Most people stay where they are for many reasons,repparttar 149333 number one reason is because they are comfortable in what they do and where they are.

Not to say that this retiree did not work hard, he did, and deserved to get where he got.

Taking a closer look at this gentlemans career, I could see that he never knewrepparttar 149334 comfort zone, he didnít likerepparttar 149335 sight of it orrepparttar 149336 smell of it. He was constantly challenging himself, learning new things, going to night school, and taking advantage of every type of training his company offered.

He did not work harder than any of us, he only worked smarter, his pro-active habits lead him downrepparttar 149337 road to success and ended with a happy ending.

To summarize this article,repparttar 149338 comfort zone is dangerous because it is holding us back, holding us back from unleashingrepparttar 149339 potential we know we have.

Learning new things and taking on new responsibility is very important to our career, it makes us more productive, which leads torepparttar 149340 bottom line, more money! And will undoubtedly openrepparttar 149341 doors of opportunity which we never would have know existed!

One last thought on this subject...

Beforerepparttar 149342 Wright brothers builtrepparttar 149343 first airplane, they owned a bicycle shop, imagine if they were comfortable with just that!?

Jay Conners has more than fifteen years of sales and marketing experience inrepparttar 149344 banking and mortgage industry, and isrepparttar 149345 owner of J. Conners, Mortgage leads reviews a mortgage resource center for mortgage brokers, loan officers, and lenders. He is alsorepparttar 149346 owner of Www.callprospect.com a mortgage lead company, specializing in fresh leads. Jay Conners can be contacted via e-mail at sales@callprospect.com

I donít know who said it or where I heard it, but Iím sure it was brought to my attention by a sales trainer somewhere, at some time during my journey through the maze of countless sales trainings and seminars that I have attended over the years, but it does make perfect sense.

Discontentment in the Workplace

Written by David Richter

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A transformation is needed inrepparttar way employers view (and respect) their employees, and inrepparttar 149332 shaping of world events, for change in employee frustration to occur. A prevailing reason many people decide to go into business for themselves is because this transformation has not yet occurred. Despiterepparttar 149333 problems inherent in entrepreneurship and lingering world tensions, being able to express your creativity torepparttar 149334 fullest and having greater control of your destiny speaks well torepparttar 149335 self-employed scenario.

We should not give up looking for ways to mitigate employee frustration. The larger effort can engage us inrepparttar 149336 process of relating to one another with greater respect, trust and honor. Then we can beginrepparttar 149337 transformation in our professional and private lives to that which is profound and wonderful.

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