Here is an episode of Clint Cora Motivational WebTV where I talk a lot about comfort zones in both my live motivational and diversity talks as well as in my personal development book ‘The Life Champion In You‘. The concept of comfort zones is quite common in the world of personal development but it is still a rather hard term to get a good handle on as motivation factors for pharmaceutical sales success.
This is because comfort zones are mainly internal feelings more than anything else as they are intanglibles to most people. So a comfort zone can be rather abstract in nature. This Motivational WebTV episode will help demystify comfort zones by showing you how they can be seen as tanglible rather than intanglible.
I show you some analogies using various boxes and this is taken straight out of my book and live talks into your computer screen. People usually get a much better handle on comfort zones how they relate to personal success when they see my interpretation using the boxes.
See the new episode as I demystify comfort zones as motivation factors for all types of success including pharmaceutical sales here;
In previous episodes of Motivational WebTV, I showed some examples of comfort zone expansion including one of my favourites which utilizes my karate bo staff weapon. That is another example taken straight out of my live motivational talks. In case you missed that particular episode, see it at Karate Weapon Comfort Zone.
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I will have a lot more interesting examples of comfort zone expansion as motivation factors for success including more awesome scuba diving video footage in future episodes of Motivational WebTV coming up and now that you will have seen the boxes in this video, you will be able to relate to the entire concept better and also use it for your own personal success plans.
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