Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

Recently I did something I’ve never done before.

I hiked.

For nearly 12 hours.

If you know me, you know I DON’T hike.

~10+ ankle surgeries and a walking pace slower than a snail’s usually deter me.

Yesterday though, I was invited to step outside my comfort zone, do ‘business outside’ with some unbelievably incredible humans, and keep hiking above Boulder beyond what I thought I could do.

I hiked nearly 7,000′ up and down, through blisters, through discomfort, through sadness, through knowing that most others in the experience easily finished HOURS ahead of me.

And during this experience…

  • I remembered how I can do things even when they’re not comfortable.
  • I remembered how the world feels right when you’re surrounded by the highest quality humans.
  • I remembered how I absolutely feel most at home when surrounded by brilliant people.

It was a long day.

I’m still processing the benefits of the experience.

And I can’t recommend the occasional pushing yourself outside of what’s normal and comfortable enough.

< Return to previous page

When you're tired of getting in your own way, and you know you're capable of SO much more, it's time to talk to us.


    Questions? We’re here to help. Drop us a quick note and we’ll get back to you asap.