Your entire life has been about coordinating your comfort zone and your safety zone.Learning when to push and when to back off, understanding how it feels when you’re about to hit a danger zone. Like the fox, we’ve been trained to stay inside the fence, because inside the fence is where it’s safe—until it’s too late. Most of us, we only understand the safety zone and comfort as a concept, we dont even know what ours is. We havent really pushed ourselves to the point where we actually find out what our comfort zone is.
We don’t have time to reevaluate the safety zone every time we make a decision, so over time, we begin to forget about the safety zone and merely pay attention to its twin sister, the comfort zone. We assume that what makes us comfortable also makes us safe.