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This is a discussion on What Do You Do to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone? within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Haplea The Mighty aren't those dangerous if you do that for a long time ? water doesn't ...
Get on planes, go underwater. I'm semi-phobic of both. But it's very freeing.
Of the handful of INTJs in my life;
They spend the afternoon with me ... they make that comfort zone comment right after their heart attacks settle down. I just call it cardio.
But you guys are more adventurous than you give yourselves credit for. Who else would go heli skiing with me for their first time? Or build houses in developing countries? etc
I always wear black clothes but when I feel really rebellous I sometimes wear a purple shirt.
I get out of my comfort zone by going shopping with my mother, in the mornings.
I explore more about different interests I didn't previously consider. I think about why people might be interested in things I'm not interested in.
I try to express more about certain visions that I wasn't brave to in the past.
I face potential conflicts and controversies (Being Fi-dom, I hate conflict, but I deal with it)
I assert more loudly about my boundaries than I had in the past.
if I feel like I'm in a rut or have been in a rut for awhile, i can gain a tit of momentum and moving forward toward my goal wont be as hard.
When Im breakin the limits of my comfort zone, I feel a little anxious and my stomach rumbles and sometimes I get butterflies in my throat
Ecstasy, and not very often at that.
Lately I like organizing people to do unsual activities with me.
Recently, I organized the ride2work day in my workplace.
Out of about 50 potential candidates, 4 ended up participating.
I thought it was a great breakthrough since nobody had ever done anything like this here.
For me, it forced me to go around socialising and promoting the event with all sorts of people at all levels in the company.
I was satisfyed and excilarated ! (Still am!)
I can't wait to come up with other activities!