John Maxwell said, “The greatest mistake we make is living in constant fear that we will make one.” Fear can be an excellent motivator at times, especially on the battlefield, that can propel us forward in a flash through tough moments. In daily living, however, it does the exact opposite. Fear can limit our potential growth, handicap our successes, and question our character.
The only way to expand our comfort zone is to be daring enough to step outside of it. When we dare to dream, love, and forgive more than others think is practical, wise, or even justified – that’s when we find success in life and tap into our God-given potential.
So, are you living in fear, or are you daring to live? Are you safely cocooned inside your comfort zone, or are you embracing the risk of the unknown?