Get outside of your comfort zone using Memphis Tier One’s how to guide
Sales, marketing and promotions firm Memphis Tier One argue that to achieve great success, people need to take a leap of faith and break out of their comfort zone.
The Memphis-based firm encourages their employees to break out of their comfort zone, and offers them advice and guidance to achieve that feat. Neale Donald Walsh famously said, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone”, and the firm have published a ‘how to’ guide to help budding professionals break out of their comfort zone and achieve success.
- Switch up your routine
Routines can be beneficial for consistency and generating good results. However, routines also provide a comfort zone. Memphis Tier One contend that one way for someone to start taking steps outside of their comfort zone is to make small changes to their daily routine. “It doesn’t require one giant leap to escape a comfort zone, it can be small changes such as walking a new route, going somewhere new for lunch or dinner or calling someone instead of emailing,” commented a spokesperson for Memphis Tier One. The company argue that making these seemingly insignificant changes can lead to meeting new people and seeing different sights.
- Face your fears
Memphis Tier One argue that when someone tackles challenges that instil fear and they manage to conquer them, that accomplishment will have the greatest potential to expand their development and accelerate their success. “Fear is just a four letter word. If someone can muster the courage to face their fears, the exhilaration and sense of achievement will be tremendous,” commented a company spokesperson.
- Give up control
One common trait of entrepreneurs that don’t like to give up control. They like to be hands on and involved in everything, and the prospect of delegation is uncomfortable for them. While at the beginning giving up control can be a scary thought, delegating and outsourcing certain tasks can be hugely beneficial.
- Don’t fear failure
Memphis Tier One argue that the fear of failure prevents people from taking on challenges that could potentially end in defeat. The sales, marketing and promotions specialists argue that people need to stop fearing failure and instead embrace it. “Failure is a tremendous learning experience and should be used as a teacher. People learn far more from defeats than they do from victories,” commented a company spokesperson.
Memphis Tier One create and manage cost-effective and personalized marketing campaigns to provide customers with a positive buying experience. By using in-person communications, the company can nurture and build long-term business relationships between their client’s brand and the consumer. Memphis Tier One are advocates of entrepreneurship, and they are passionate about providing advice and guidance to budding entrepreneurs, helping them to learn, grow and develop.