Imagine a dotted line around yourself. Remember the 1978-1982 TV sitcom “WKRP in Cincinnati,” on which newsman Les Nesman had imaginary walls for his imaginary office within the newsroom? Well, it’s kind of like that, except you don’t have to pretend to open and close a door to enter or exit like he did. It’s called your comfort zone.
We all have them whether we’ll admit it or not. When we are within their boundaries, all is basically comfortable. But if we are lured (or in some cases snatched) out of them, that changes everything and any number of things can and will happen.
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