The Art of Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Welcome to the Find Your Fierce Podcast, where you will discover your fierce, unlock an unstoppable mindset, build unbreakable courage, and ultimately transform how you show up daily. I’m your host, Jill Allen, and I’m so glad you’re joining me today.


In this episode, we will explore the importance of getting comfortable with being uncomfortable, and how stepping out of our comfort zones can help us grow and take a leap of faith. I will share my personal experiences of being outside my comfort zone, and how it helped me to push myself and explore new depths.


So, sit back, relax, and put on your headphones as we dive into this topic together.

We will talk about:

(5:22) How becoming too comfortable can make us complacent and vulnerable to potential threats.

(5:47) The concept of atrophy and how we shrink ourselves down into a smaller version of what we are called to be.

(6:41) My personal experience of how I allowed the enemy blind me with all the things to miss what really is important in life.

(11:01) How God created us to take risks, and that taking risks can lead to healing and personal transformation.

(12:31) The biblical story of the unnamed man who missed the opportunity to become God’s disciple (and what we can learn from it.)


Key Takeaway:

The enemy doesn’t just come to take from you. He also comes to give you so much that you miss the entire point. – Jill Allen


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