It’s time to step out of your financial comfort zone

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Do you feel stuck in your finances lately? Are there financial goals and dreams that seem out of reach? Perhaps it’s time to step out of your financial comfort zone.

Women tend to stay in their financial comfort zone because they think it’s safe and sound. We don’t have to face our fears, worries, and anxieties about money in our comfort zones. We don’t have to take risks and try new things in our comfort zones. But if we stay in this illusion of safety too long, we discover that regret holds us back from Being, Doing, and Having what we really want.

The natural pull of our comfort zone is the primary reason having a coach or mastermind group is paramount to personal breakthrough.

Holding yourself accountable is the fuel that propels you to your next level of transformation and financial empowerment. Journaling is one of my favorite tools for personal growth, as it provides a safe space for self-inquiry.

Journal Prompts to help you step out of your financial comfort zone:

What percentage of time do I spend in my financial comfort zone?


Where am I most comfortable in my financial life?


Where am I least comfortable in my financial life?


What is something in my finances I really, really want to do but have been putting it off, and why?


Where could I think bigger, take risks, and be bolder in my financial life? Make a list.


Where could I really benefit from trying something new in my finances?

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Favorite Comfort Zone Quotes:

“Everything you want is just outside your comfort zone.” Robert Allen

“A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there.” Unknown

“Above all, challenge yourself. You may well surprise yourself at what strengths you have, what you can accomplish.” Unknown

“You will never be powerful in life until you are powerful with your own money.” –Suze Orman

“To be successful, you must accept all challenges that come your way. You can’t just accept the ones you like.” Mike Gafka

“You must do the things you think you cannot do.” Eleanor Roosevelt

Financial Comfort Zone Affirmation:

I love getting out of my comfort zone to try new ways of being with money because I am committed to my financial empowerment.


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