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Breaking out of your comfort zone makes you vulnerable

Breaking out of your comfort zone makes you feel vulnerable, but that feeling works in your favor because it improves your performance and boosts your growth. A constant state of comfort equals steady performance.

Too much anxiety, however, will make you too stressed to be productive.

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