Title: Badass: 10 Things I Learned Stepping Waaaaay Outside of My Comfort Zone
Recently, we wrapped up our annual event, Impact LIVEs. And this year’s was just a bit different than previous years’. We needed to create an incredible three-day event — but online — and without making it feel like a regular Zoom experience. And in the year 2020, where things don’t go always go according to plan, this experience of building Impact LIVEs stretched me way outside my comfort zone.
Now several days post-Impact LIVEs, I’ve had the time to reflect on the lessons I’ve learned — and I want to share these all with you! These are the 10 core lessons I’ve learned about myself, my team, and the benefits of stepping way outside your comfort zone.
[:40] About a recent experience where I stepped way outside my comfort zone.
[3:58] Why I am sharing this experience with all of you.
[4:50] The 10 core lessons I learned coming out of this.
[5:16] The first thing I learned: when we’re far outside of our comfort zone, you stop caring about what other people think.
[6:26] The second thing I learned: you need to make room to recover.
[7:45] #3: You need to manifest like a mofo!
[9:45] #4: You need to control your state.
[11:32] #5: You are nothing without your team.
[13:01] #6: You have to take care of your health.
[13:40] #7: You need to focus on the possibility.
[15:31] #8: There is a power to getting curious about your feelings.
[18:31] #9: You should copy other people’s excellence.
[20:05] #10: You can’t wait for confidence.
[21:18] Lessons learned in 2020 and looking onwards to 2021.
[22:28] What lessons have you learned in 2020? Let’s carry this conversation over on our free Facebook group, The Entrepology Collective!
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“When we think even better [and] we put even more on the line, we create less space for [others’] opinions to matter.” — Meghan Walker
“You need to make room to recover. We need to worship the balance between execution and recovery.” — Meghan Walker
“We need to hold space for [our] manifestations[s] so that all of your hard work knows where to flow.” — Meghan Walker
“Copy other people’s excellence. Don’t reinvent the wheel. Honor the journey that they took and thank them for it.” — Meghan Walker
“Don’t wait for confidence. Don’t wait for the ‘right’ time. Courage is the currency that will enable you to drive forward. Courage is the currency that will purchase the confidence.” — Meghan Walker
“I believe it’s a limiting belief to think it’s always supposed to be easy.” — Meghan Walker