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#622 Comfort In Exercise

If you are experiencing comfort in exercise, it’s time to change your workout.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Exercise, performance, personal growth, Podcasts.

#620 Comfort In Business

If the goal is to be an industry leader , comfort in business is probably not a good thing. The mark of a great business is one that is willing and able to change even when things are going well.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in accomplish more, performance, personal growth, Podcasts.

#619 Comfort as an Employee

If you are experiencing too much comfort as an employee you may not be pushing yourself hard enough.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in performance, personal growth, Podcasts.

#618 Are You Too Comfortable?

It’s easy to become complacent in life. It begins with comfort. Things get easy at work because you’ve been there for a while and know what to expect. Things get easy at home as you fall into a routine with your family. Before you know it the challenge is missing. The question is, are you too comfortable?…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in performance, personal growth, Podcasts.

Comfort

It’s nice to be comfortable. If you are comfortable in your life at home and comfortable at work, you probably don’t have much stress. It’s a great place to be. The question is, are you staying in your comfort zone too long?

The danger of being comfortable is that you may not be pushing yourself. If you remain comfortable for too long complacency sets in. Complacency has a tendency to turn into boredom.

Comfort as an employee

If you’ve reached a place of comfort at work you should be commended. You’ve attained that which many aspire to and few succeed. You’ve proven yourself to your stakeholders.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Exercise, performance, personal growth, Uncategorized.

3rd Party Evaluation

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Last week I joined a new gym and they offered me a free personal training session. I took them up on the offer and then proceeded to pay for a couple of extra days. As the trainer did his evaluation he asked a series of questions. The first was how long I had been consistently working out. I had to think for a moment, then I realized the answer was over 20 years. I haven’t taken more than 2 weeks off in the past 20 years. His next question: “Why are you here?” My answer: “I want to get a third party evaluation on my workout.” No matter how much experience you have in any area of your life, a 3rd party evaluation can help you get to another level.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in performance, Self improvement, success.

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