Learning From The Comfort Crisis

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Lori and I realized that we’ve gotten too comfortable, and it was making us mentally and physically soft. We’re working on getting our edge back and doing our best to dive right into the discomfort. We break down how we’re living out the message of Micheal Easter’s book The Comfort Crisis: Embrace Discomfort To Reclaim Your Wild, Happy, Healthy Self, and chat about the amazing results that we’ve seen so far. We’re making a conscious effort to become the type of people who embrace every challenge that life throws our way and stop sweating the small stuff. 

 

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EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS

( 0:26 ) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show.

( 0:48 ) Lori says, “I’m trying to get really uncomfortable with too much comfort in my life.”

( 1:52 ) Chris shares a story of how he recently turned a bad travel day into a fun adventure. 

( 5:34 ) Lori says, “You don’t actually get to experience that joy in the great stuff without going through these other things.”

( 6:04 ) Chris explains his plan for walking with a weighted rucksack. 

( 8:18 ) Lori talks about how she and Chris were able to identify that they were starting to get too comfortable. 

( 10:00 ) Text EVENTS to 310-421-0416 to get more information on Chris and Lori’s new networking event membership. 

 

The challenges
I'm trying to
get really
uncomfortable with
too much
comfort in my life

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • How we know when we’ve gotten too comfortable
  • The consequences of never pushing yourself out of your comfort zone 
  • Tools to become a more solution-based thinker  
  • Embracing the variance of emotion
  • Simple ways that we’re adding more mental and physical challenges into our lives 

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