By Ken Jorgustin
We as humans will often take the path of least resistance – literally and emotionally.
We will walk the straightest line to where we’re going – we will do ‘it’ the easiest way or the same way we’ve always done it before – and we will typically do the least amount of work possible to achieve a goal or requirement.
Is this hindering the way many of us experience real life to the fullest? I think so…
We also often choose the path of least resistance on an emotional level – to avoid conflict, difficult decisions, feeling awkward, things or situations that are uncomfortable, or even to avoid confrontation or disagreement.
When we follow the path of least resistance (physically or emotionally), without even realizing it we are restricting ourselves to fewer outlooks, a smaller view, and a narrow mind. Our efforts at creativity, exploration, or “thinking outside the box” are hindered by automatically doing something the apparent easiest way.
This way of thinking (following the path of least resistance) can lead to stagnation, or even bad decisions by not having fully explored or understood something, and may lead to missed opportunities in life.
Break out of your comfort zone.
Most of us are NOT comfortable doing things…Continue Reading at Modern Survival Blog: Outside Your Comfort Zone – Overcome The Path Of Least Resistance