Out of My Comfort Zone

Alan Schnurman shot back in a talk on the back deck and said to me, “David, don’t you know how good you are?”

It wasn’t so much about me, but I wanted to get out of my comfort zone for good to have an impact.

For instance, I was nominated to be Chapter President of Entrepreneurs’​ Organization. It took me 3 nominations to accept it, because I was terrified.

Research shows that if you plan and write goals down, you are more than likely to accomplish them.

When I’m 60 and my dad is 92, I want to look back and say, “I was as fearless and focused as I could have been.”

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