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Comfort Versus Growth

August 31, 2013

Is your goal to grow or to be comfortable? This makes a big difference for how you make decisions.

If your goal is growth, you should seek out challenges; if your goal is comfort, you should avoid challenges.

If your goal is growth, you should seek to change; if your goal is comfort, you should avoid changing.

If your goal is growth, you should seek surprises; if your goal is comfort, you should seek predictability.

If your goal is growth, you should follow purpose; if your goal is comfort, you should seek approval.

If your goal is growth, you should seek responsibility; if your goal is comfort, you should assign blame.

If your goal is growth, you should seek to be exceptional; if your goal is comfort, you should seek to follow rules.

If your goal is growth, you should seek out confirmation; if your goal is comfort, you should seek validation.

If your goal is growth, you should seek results; if your goal is comfort, you should seek permission.

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