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It’s easy to become stagnant in our comfort zones. Many of us never leave, and adapt habits, tasks, and jobs based on our default personalities. What if I told you stepping outside of your comfort zone didn’t take one big leap? You can still create a life that is ever expanding, with new strategies and confidence building by taking smaller steps and creating a sense of conviction. Andy Molinsky joins us today to tell us how.

Andy Molinsky is a professor of organizational behavior and psychology at Brandeis University. He regularly writes for the Harvard Business Review and has been featured in the Economist, Fast Company, The Financial Times, The Boston Globe, NPR, and the Voice of America. He has written “The Global Dexterity,” which received the Axiom Award for best business book and has been used widely in organizations across the globe! Kevin’s most recent book is “Reach: A New Strategy to help You Reach Outside Your Comfort Zone, Rise to the Challenge, and Build Confidence.”


“Taking the big leap isn’t the only option you have.” -Andy Molinsky

Highlights –

  • Always follow your passion and what you believe and love to do.
  • No success in business is ever worth your reputation.
  • It is hard to do things that make us anxious, even if they contribute to our growth.
  • We gravitate towards habits, jobs, or tasks that align with our default personalities.
  • There are a myriad of ways that you can customize the situation you are in.
  • People can be afraid that others won’t like this new version of themselves — but you have to let that go.
  • Sometimes the reason for being stuck in our comfort zone is a deep fear of others not liking us.
  • Acknowledge your small wins and milestones.

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