Magnetic Monday – Getting out of your Comfort Zone

What would take you out of your comfort zone?

Would it be speaking in public, asking someone out on a date, or being in a fashion show?

Taking action and moving towards what you want in life will take you out of your comfort zone.

There is such great power in moving beyond your comfort zone.

That is what today’s episode of The Quantum Success Show is all about.

After the episode, I would love to hear from you.

What did you do to get out of your comfort zone. How did you feel after?

Leave a comment and let me know!

Sending you so much love and light,

Christy

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  1. There are SO many things that I could do to get me out of my comfort zone! Teaching classes on psychic development/empathy, teaching piano/voice lessons (have two degrees in music), writing a book, SO MANY THINGS! But I am still working on getting the momentum!

  2. Hi Christy, thanks for the great video!! You rock..Today i was just thinking about what i would like to do! And first thing was – bеlly dancing. Uhh..never done it before, always scared..Always stop myself cause afraid of doing mistakes..And then i asked myself -Dasha, how many times your FEAR hold you back, how many times you were sitting in your CZ (comfort zone), how many times you lost the great opportunities to meet new people, etc. And its not the end – after that consideration, i got the email from you, Christy, about new things to do and leave the CZ. Tomorrow is my 1st class, and definitely i ll enjoy the time..

  3. Nice and inspiring video! Thanks for reminding me to step out of my comfort zone!

  4. Hi Christy!
    Yes, comfort zone and stretching!!!!!
    just had a major stretch experience teaching my first 101 Eden Energy Medicine Demo class, which had to be video taped, and send to my teacher for review……actually, in my Teaching EEM class ( in April 2013) our small group leader handed us out little gel animals that were strechable! to bring us into the awareness of being stretch as a good thing to happen!!!! We had to perform 3 different small presentations before our small group as an educational experience in becoming a teacher/presentor of the EEM 101 and 102 classes. My first small presentation (10 min long) was unprepared (spaced that assignment out….) and I got to feel and experience where my comfort zone lie and where not (love to answer questions – do not like to speak as in speech). Of course all the feed back was in a nurturing compassionate atmosphere (what did she do great and how could she improve…) For my 6 hour Demo class 101 of EEM I felt really excited and charged and the class itself was fun ’cause I taught it too my two dear Reiki friends who were totally supportive AND they also really enjoyed the expereince and the material!. So, I feel I know what you are talking about: being stretched!!!! I am warming up to it – Hurray!!!!
    Love all you are sharing. Christy! Woohoo to you!!!! and lots of Love! Anu

  5. Hi Christy : you are great Chrsty ! before I was like that ,no shy, I am comfortable with people and they are also with me. ,I was limitless,fun person, I had confidence,but something happen that is why I have to find different way to do it ,this world is very wild ,I don’t know ,maybe I was alone thatis why! but that is ok,anything I liked it and interested and I wanted to do it ,I tried it right away and never scared of anything ,but now I have to find the way ,but you are awesome very inspiring personality.thank you so much,I know you want to move me,Natalie Ledwel also same like me to move.I wish all success to you .

  6. Great video Christy. My comfort zone is being pushed very soon. I am starting a new job. I need to make a presentation to a person face to face. I am comfortable about speaking the uncomfortable part is that I may not have all of the answers. It is a complex topic and I have not seen the entire process all the way through. We have all learned some thing new at one point in our lives so hopefully the person will be understanding if I have to get back to them with the answer. I don’t want to loose the sale just because I have not mastered the process. It is exciting!

  7. Heather says:

    Thank you for you and your timely words…….syncronistically (new word!?), your words come when there is something happening in my neck of the woods…….and ……..they bring clarity, they remind, reinforce, bring understanding or answers……so thank you
    But today I want to ask…..where do you shop for your clothes?
    I am 54, menopausal, vertically challenged, and have no idea what I should be wearing anymore!
    Health and happiness, cheers, heather

    • Christy Whitman says:

      LOL:) Thank you, Heather. I have many shops in Montreal that I visit. Are you in Montreal? My favorite designers are Frank Lyman and Joseph Ribcoff. I know you can get them in the states too.

      I love LOA:) Ask and it is given, right?

  8. FLORENCE says:

    Dear Christy, this ‘stepping out of the box’ is an awesome experience. I had one such situation that I practiced so much to play the guitar and sing in front of the whole school. This happened when i was just 12 yrs old. When I went on stage, I was literally dumb and numb and could not perform. When I reached home I thought that my Dad would pull me up for this. But I was shocked whe he told me…Dont worry this is just the beginning. Dont be afraid of failures. You will do well the next time Im sure…and Christy it happened. Till date I dont have any fear whatsoever. So your message reinforces this. Its grt to hear you. Florence

  9. Maria Barrera says:

    I love your Monday gift and blessing. I have to get out of my comfort zone an leave an abusive job. I have many fears of leaving the job in this economy but it is either the job or my health. Thank you for sharing your messages they give me hope and courage.

    • Christy Whitman says:

      Hey Maria, this economy is GREAT:) Start believing that and you will attract it. Good for you to take care of yourself:)

  10. Thank you for this Christy. For me this “method” has a “jump in at the deep end” quality to it. What I mean by this is it looks like a “feel the fear and do it anyway” method which is a bit facile with very strong fears of the limiting belief kind. I believe that the feelings under limiting belies need to contacted and explored and a new cognitive frame of reference created before the person can “just do it”!?
    However I second the piece where you say “make a choice” because we can choose new behavior moment to moment whereas mostly we keep doing the same things and wonder why we get the same results! Doing that, according to Albert Einstein, is a definition of insanity!

  11. Dear Christy,
    Doing my first telesummit that is on now — June 2 – 6 and having you as one of the presenters along with 12 others and myself has been definitely a rush and lots of heart pounding. Chrisy you are on the telesummit tomorrow at 12:00 PDT and I’m so excited that you will be speaking about the Law of Sufficiency and Abundance to an audience of newly developing entrepreneurs and small business owners. Yes, I relate to today’s message and want to welcome those that want to hear Christy and I as Christy presents –Free, Register at: http://tinyurl.com/nxnswk2
    http://entrepreneurbreakthroughtosuccessandsignificance.com

  12. Hi Christy, I work hard to get outside my comfort zone. One of the things…and this might sound silly, is bike riding. I have no problem driving my car anywhere but to bike? I just got a bike and I’m joining a group of friends who bike every Tuesday night…I am going to practice a little first. I last rode a bike when you had to back pedal to brake! But it is something that makes me feel uncomfortable. I am also in the process of learning how to set up a membership site…gulp.

    I agree that once you step over than comfort line…wow…their is expansion.

    Thanks for a great message.

    Nick

    • Christy Whitman says:

      Thank you, Nick. Not silly at all. Good for you for taking this action:) Expansion here you go:)

  13. Michelle Wastyn says:

    Dear Christy,
    It’s funny that this should be your theme that I read today…well…I acted before you had a chance to speak. I just cut my below back hair to ear length and am not quite familiar to work with shorter hair. Until today, I would try my best to put it in a bun with the thankful and copious help of bobby pins. So, today, I unleashed my natural curls and did a cute little twist to show them off and went out into public…I attend language classes with an audience of 26. As soon as I stepped through the door, I was late, about 10mins, everyone, including the teacher stopped talking…I hesitated…then one student said, “nice curls”…and then they all started nodding. I smiled sheepishly and went to my seat which was on the other side of the room..with enough opportunity for them to view the ‘do’. I stepped out of my comfort zone and ventured on a ‘new look’ and now I am comfortable to do the ‘new do’ as my ‘new normal’. Thank you for sharing. It felt empowering when you realize that it’s not as ‘hard or bad’ as you think!

  14. Hello Christy,

    There are so many ways I could step outside of my comfort zone but honestly, I ‘m a little freaked out to do so. I’m currently going through a divorce and I have a very young child. He depends on me because I am an at home mother and I’m in school full time. Needless to say, this is my excuse for not going out so much or should I say “taking risks”. There was mental, verbal and physical abuse involved and it has pretty much robbed me of my self worth and self esteem. I’m afraid to get out and do new things because of fear of rejection, lack of self-confidence and/or criticism. I know I should take a leap of faith but I just haven’t figured out how to push passed the hurt yet…. Wonderful message though!

    Toi

    • Christy Whitman says:

      Thank you Toi, and yes, there are things that need to be cleared before getting to that place. In time:) I am holding a vision for you to gain your self confidence back. Love yourself first:) Much love to you and your journey!

  15. Priscilla Pugh says:

    Awesome, Christy!! I really enjoy every encouragement from you! Looks like you did a great job on the runway!

  16. Hello Christy,
    I love your videos, they help me so much in my own life and in teaching positive thinking and other methods for personal development in my clases. I live in Spain and what takes me out of my comfort zone right now is meeting a man to create a wonderful relationship with. It is especialy so because I have been seperate for 8 years and had no relations in between, no sexs, no contact with any man. So far I had no dificulties with that, rather the oposite, but I feel completely diferent. Thank you so much for your wonderful inspiring work and your briljant energy. Chantal.

  17. Hi Christy,
    Thank you for yet another insightful message. I look forward to Mondays to receive “Magnetic Mondays”. My fear, and you are going to be surprised, is completing the QSCA. I started it, and a few months into it, found excuses to have to put it on hold. This is a pattern in my life. Paying for the entire course was no problem, completing it is. I got so much out of it, had a great Pod group, yet I stopped. Deep within me is a fear..a fear that I hide behind. I cannot get passed it and it is holding me back. This habit of not completing anything has made me feel very unfulfilled in my life. I am a chronic procrastinator too. Anyway, enough of my sob stories. Thank you for listening/reading.
    Thank you Chrsity for all your encouragement. Hopefully I shall complete the course….I surely want to. Oh yes! Want you to know that you looked lovely on the runaway.

    • Christy Whitman says:

      THank you:) Procrastination is a way of beating yourself up. It is a form of self-pity. See how not completing or even procrastinating has you end up feeling. There is a belief that is causing the behavior. Get to the belief and then you can organically change the behavior:)

  18. Veronica V. says:

    Christy, Thanks for this short and very powerful message. I just started the QSCA academy and loving it. As many other people, I really struggle getting out of my comfort zone when it comes to job search, making certain phone calls, etc. So I really liked what you said today – before you take that step – to take a breath and connect with enjoyment. You are very right. Once you do that one thing we are so scared of, we will feel great and more confident. But before – we can spend hours, days, months dreading it and not taking any action. And I think it’s a great idea connecting with the enjoyment beforehand rather then just after the fact! As then it makes it easier to take that step and actually enjoy the process of taking the action and being aware that we are on our way to feel even more confident and powerful!

  19. Hi Christy. What you describing, isn’t that more inspired action than getting out of one’s comfort zone. What was thought to me by getting out of your comfort zone is ie every week, go to a stranger and invite them for a cup a coffee which I after your teaching of Abraham see as upstream. I feel, if I am not really want to do a certain activity and just make one up and do it to stretch that is totally upstream. I assume, you wanted to experience modeling and therefore took on the challenge to conquer your contrast. I actually would redefine comfort zone in LOA context. You use inspired action if you are doing it within your comfort zone. Hope that makes sense. Michaell

    • Christy Whitman says:

      You can certainly look at it from that perspective. Following inspired action is always a great way to manifest and move you ahead. I am talking about the kind of thing that gets you out of a rut and gets you feeling alive. If it feels bad, don’t do it. It is the kind of thing that gets you excited thinking about it, but fear gets in the way (creating a comfort zone).

  20. What an excellent topic – especially for this week of the New Moon (a great time to start new things)! I always have a huge list of new things I would like to try – some of them are merely improvements on past attempts, and some of them are genuinely brand-new territory. The latter things are what TRULY get my heart racing, and I am thankfully learning the difference between outright panic (as in, don’t go there…yet), and a deliciously thrilling sense of high anticipation that this is entirely new ground – a swirling feeling that I could really SHINE doing this!

    Thank you for addressing this – I am going to run with some of the new things I want to do this week – your video was the final “sign from the Universe” that I needed! :-)

  21. Abigail says:

    Hi beautiful Christy!!

    Thank you so much for sharing your experience! I can totally relate… I get up on the runway several times a year and each time I have to breath, smile and go for it!!! And it is always a blast! I have had the good fortune to be an out of my comfort zone kind of person. This is not always an easy way to live, but, a very exciting way! My most exciting thing now is being in your coaching academy!!!
    I Love Being a QSCA coach!! I have been Spiritually oriented most of my life and know that fun is a HUGE part of the wonderful balance we ARE! Love to you and thank you sooooo much!!

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