Peter Hollins

The Science of Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone

Don’t let life pass you by. Reject judgment, bypass your fears, and design a life of adventure.

Your comfort zone provides the safety and security of being tucked into bed. But in that safety, you accomplish nothing, experience nothing, learn nothing, and end up with nothing. It’s a trap, and you need to get out.

Life is for living, not merely existing. Which are you doing?

The Science of Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone is not a motivational “rah rah” book. It is not 10 different versions of “just do it” or “live, laugh, love.” This book is a little different. It is a deep look, backed by science, into what keeps us from doing what we want, when we want.
This book answers the question: how do you gain the confidence to consistently break out of your comfort zone to accomplish any goals you have? You’ll learn what actually matters, and what to stop wasting your time on.

No more what ifs that keep you from your potential.

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with a multitude of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.

Build confidence and understand your subconscious patterns.

•Learn the subconscious beliefs that hold you back and how to change them.
The unique balance between planning, thoughtfulness, and simple action.
•Grow the habit of daily fearlessness.

Become regret-proof and immune to judgment.

•The empowering effect of an alter ego.
The psychological benefits of aiming for the scary or impossible.
•Reliable methodologies for adventure and breaking comfort zones.
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  • b1805636851shared an impression3 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths
    💡Learnt A Lot
    🌴Beach Bag Book


  • Shlomi Benluluhas quoted6 months ago
    Our psychological, emotional, and behavioral inclinations inform what the comfort zone looks and feels like, determined by any number of measures: our habitats, topics of expertise, skill sets, or overall frames of mind. The security we feel in these specific realms can’t always be replicated in other areas of our lives, and
  • Shlomi Benluluhas quoted6 months ago
    there’s nothing keeping you from it except yourself
  • Shlomi Benluluhas quoted6 months ago
    Sometimes, all it takes is the proper motivation to exit the comfort zone and grab what you want.

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