Following on from the previous post – How rounded is our approach to life? – it seems right to look at the notion of being comfortable wherever we are.
We might be referring to our physical location when thinking about being comfortable wherever we are. There are certain places we are at ease: home, our workplace hopefully, at the gym, and so on. Here we don’t need to hide behind any facade or lose time attempting to be something we aren’t.
Other locations could be more testing for us, yet we are still able to go about being comfortable wherever we are, including in so-called difficult environments.
Being comfortable wherever we are, having self-confidence, comes not from a sense of being better than anyone else, nor from arrogance. It stems from a basic belief in our ability to be our best, knowing there will be times this is enough as well as moments it won’t be.
Looking at challenges or setbacks as steps along the development path helps to put such items in a manageable dimension. Taking learning from these instances is beneficial to our growth and indeed keeps us rounded to refer to the previous post again.
As always, your input adds value to the ideas expressed here, so please don’t hesitate to share by leaving a comment below. In the meantime, thanks for reading this ‘Being comfortable wherever we are’ post, wherever you are.
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