Outside of the Comfort Zone
Thursday, February 27, 2020
Sometimes we need to take a risk in order to improve our lives. You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
Some risks that I've tried turned out very well. I took a risk when I bought a kayak. I don't live on the water and knew that it would take some work for me to go for a kayak ride on a regular basis. I took a big risk when I divorced my ex-husband. He chose alcohol over our family, and I chose health and joy. I took a risk when I went back to college and became a teacher. I'm a better person because of the risks that I have taken.
Today I'm preparing to launch a part-time home business of alterations. I can hem pants and replace zippers in coats. That is where I will start. I'm not sure how it will all turn out, but I'll give it a try! I have time in the summer to do lots of alterations. One day, I'll retire and then I'll have more time.
1. I'm creating a business plan,
2. I have the skills to start.
3. I will work out of my basement sewing studio.
4. I have the basic equipment needed, and will gain more as the business grows.
5. I will have to find a name and decide if I will advertise.
What have you done to live outside of your comfort zone?