“Don’t get so comfortable trying to “just survive” that you miss your opportunity to thrive!” – Nick Sullivan
What does that mean?
Comfortability is a dream killer, a progress killer, and a calling killer.
When we get comfortable, we get lazy. We say things like “this is as good as it gets”, “this is all I deserve”, and “this is good enough”. All of these phrases point to someone who has given up because the life they are living is easy and comfortable.
Stepping out of our comfort zones, taking risks, and leaps of faith are scary, difficult, and may never pan out; however, if we sit in comfortability then we will never get from where we are to where we could be – where we want to be.
It’s easy to step out into shallow water, but what if you are called to go deeper?
I am not saying the things, jobs, and opportunities are necessarily bad. Sometimes what we have is good, but what if it could be better? It’s kinda like choosing between a regular cheeseburger and a bacon double cheeseburger.
We are quick to discount our own worth and say things couldn’t possibly get better all while we sit by and do nothing to get better.
If you never step out of your comfort zone and into the unknown you may miss out on blessings and bigger things than you ever imagined possible.
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