5 Positive Outcomes From Facing The Fear And Doing It Anyway

The idea of the “comfort zone” originated in 1908, when psychologists Robert Yerkes and John Dodson explained that to maximise performance, we need a state of ‘optimal anxiety’; not too much (or it becomes too stressful), but just enough that it induces enough stress to ensure discomfort. Comfort zones are meant to be stretched; it’s…...