Comfort Zone Destroyer
In today’s video I discuss a concept I call “Comfort Zone Destroyer”.
In simple terms, getting out of your comfort zone.
The first step in destroying your comfort zone is realizing you HAVE a comfort zone, and usually, multiple comfort zones.
While I was living the Home Free Lifestyle I was out of my “comfort zone” more than ever and it helped me grow the most.
I began building my “brand” with daily videos, I learned new survival skills, and I had the satisfaction of sacrificing comfort for success.
Showering at the gym, cooking hot food on a propane burner in an abandoned parking lot, and eating a shit ton of sardines were all ways I became a Comfort Zone Destroyer.
Give All To Get All
Since moving to Thailand and living a more comfortable life, I’m constantly looking for more ways to destroy my comfort zone with my diet, exercise, and my workouts.
These are the easiest ways to begin destroying your comfort zone.
Once you master these you can move on to your sleeping patterns, cutting toxic people from your life, and building an online business.
3 Ways To Destroy Your Comfort Zone
The 3 ways I recommend being a Comfort Zone Destroyer are:
1. Eating a fixed diet
Limiting your food choices, specifically to eggs, red meat, rice, and vegatables.
Try cutting out sugar and salt/sodium.
Food is fuel, not a reward system. This is the biggest lesson I’ve learned regarding my dietary habits.
2. Intermittent Fasting
My 2 favorite ways to do IF are a.) fasting 1 day per week and b.) morning fasting until 2-3pm
There are many ways to integrate IF into your life.
The most important aspect is training your mind and stomach to not need food and take back control from your “hunger.”
3. Lifting those often missed muscles
Muscles like upper forearms, lower back, hamstrings, and neck.
For me, working abs is one area that I’ve always avoided.
Push forward out of your normal workout routine and you will “destroy” that safe space!
A great program I follow is available here.
What are some other ways you can destroy your comfort zone and how can I help you on your journey?