One of the perks of a good life is to be pampered. Have the red carpet rolled out for us and let us enjoy the fruits of our success.
AC and Heating units, warm baths, packages delivered right to our doorstep, internet, and streaming services. It’s all really comfy.
Comfy is an advantage of the “luck of the draw” living in a first-world country.
But comfy can turn into complacency quickly. Getting too comfortable can make us more fearful of things “out there” we hear about. It can make us be settled with what we have now in order to not rock the boat and potentially harm our “status”. It can help us avoid any risk because when we think of risk we think of failure.
Comfortable is a luxury we have but we have to decide if that’s what we want.
There is no right or wrong answer as it’s up to each of us to forge our own paths but it is interesting to consider what happens when we push past being comfy and get a little (or a lot) uncomfortable.
What can we achieve?
What can we progress?
What can we endure?
Innovation and advancement come from being uncomfortable, both inside and out, to go where we’ve never been before.
To go to the places that scare us.
To be comfortable with the uncomfortable.