Growth, something that’s required in every field whether it's in the workplace or in our daily life. Of Course, it comes with experience but one more thing that is equally important is passion for learning new things.
Your daily life challenges and the process of facing those challenges decide your growth, it's a journey from a starting point to a conclusion of a situation you are dealing with.
You are the only person who is responsible for your own growth, nobody else. Your choices, ability to make decisions precisely and at the right time, not working in the same way, finding new ways and challenging ways of sorting things out, adapting to new changes etc.
Let's dive into how you can start growing, leaving your comfort zone behind.
How I Begin My Journey
I started my career as a graphic designer. And I always wanted to be a developer as I enjoy learning different programming languages and working with them. So, after having 2 years of experience as graphic designer I finally decided to switch my career as developer, Initially it was challenging for me to leave my comfort zone that I had been in for 2 years', but as we all know that growth begins at the end of comfort zone, so I geared myself up and started working hard to achieve my goals. and as a result, I have gained confidence in myself and am willing to learn new skills every day.
Real Growth Begins at the End of Your Comfort Zone
Often people like to work in their comfort zone, complete things leisurely and don't feel the need to change their routine. They don't like to push themselves, brush up their skills because they don’t want the headache or panic of learning new things due to which they don't feel challenged by their work. As a result, they stop their growth and progress.
In the growth zone you may feel the opposite. We all are invested with incredible potential, but we always like to cling to the things that are familiar to us, remaining stuck in our comfort zone, not willing to take risks, not willing to push ourselves to think out of the box, to take new challenges.
Each and every situation has endless possibilities, but they remain undiscovered because of our negligent behaviour and not taking the opportunities seriously. It's fear that is holding us back from trying new things, to take risks and to discover new ideas and weaknesses that inhibit our growth. It is our responsibility to find out that fear and free ourselves from that fear and