Succeeding from the Inside Out
"This simple fact leads us to try and avoid pain with the end result that we become stuck in our responses-our “comfort zone”. While this may, on the surface, appear to avoid failure, it not only often does not, but it lessens our capacity to succeed. Often this process is unconscious and, and until pointed out, we are unaware of the negative effect in our personal relationship, a careers, financial dealing or many other areas of life. Consequently, while we have the desire to succeed, we are sabotaged and limited by our fears." Edna J. White
A positive, centered person is more flexible, open to change, new ideas and approaches.