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Find Uncomfortable Friends

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Find Uncomfortable Friends
by Robin Sharma Okay, this one might challenge/provoke and even irritate you a bit (if so, I've done my job). Because we grow through ideas (and experiences) that stretch us. And all I want to do is help you grow (into your greatness).

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The People Comfort Zone

We normally interact and hang out with people whom we are comfortable with. They inhabit our 'Safe Harbor of the Known'.

Outside our comfort zone, there will be people who inspire, intrigue us, and annoy us. When you jump out of our comfort zone to be with people who challenge, push, and even irritate us, then we grow and reach our fullest potential.

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