We’ve spent the last few weeks asking questions to help you explore the edges of your comfort zone in your work, your love life, and your spiritual path.
These are difficult questions.
Answering these questions forces us to admit that we have fears, and that our fears are holding us back from being and achieving all that we desire.
If you missed or shied away from any of the three questions, take a few minutes now to go back and answer it.
You can also ask a friend to help you. Close friends can often see the fears that we don’t let ourselves see.
Now that you’ve spent some time with these questions, pick one area and ask yourself:
What is one thing I can focus on for the next month to play at my edge?
Playing at the edge of our ability and comfort evokes a feeling of flow and helps us gain a sense of meaning and satisfaction in life.
The goal is not to get anywhere in particular (we will always have an edge we are unwilling to cross), but to recognize that the most satisfying way to live life is to constantly play with your edge and express the best version of yourself you can in the world.