Take calculated risks and step outside your comfort zone.

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Identify fears outside the circle, comforts inside. Face fears to overcome them. Embrace discomfort for personal growth and new possibilities.

Become aware of what’s outside of your comfort zone.

Uncover fears: fear of social interaction due to insecurity about voice, looks, or being ignored. Address specific concerns to overcome fear.

Become clear about what you are aiming to overcome.

Expand comfort zone by facing discomfort. Stay longer in social interactions, practice consistently. Over time, discomfort diminishes.

Get comfortable with discomfort.

Embrace failure as a teacher. Learn from it, apply lessons to future endeavors, increase chances of success.

See failure as a teacher.

Take small steps outside your comfort zone. Start with small speaking engagements, practice with friends/family. Gradually overcome fear.

Take baby steps

Immerse yourself with people who excel in what you aspire to do. Their influence will shape your behavior and help you improve.

Hang out with risk takers.

Be honest about your fears and confront them directly. Avoid making excuses and acknowledge your true concerns.

Be honest with yourself when you are trying to make excuses.

Keep in mind the potential benefits of public speaking for your personal and professional growth. Let these motivations help you push through fear and overcome discomfort.

Identify how stepping out will benefit you.

Laugh at yourself when you make mistakes. Risk-taking involves failure and setbacks, making you look foolish. Be happy to roll with the punches.

Don’t take yourself too seriously.

Enjoy the process of stepping outside your safe. boundaries. Enjoy the fun of discovering things about yourself that you may not have been aware of previously. This worked for me, lets see if it will for you.

Focus on the fun.