comfort zone

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the temperature range (between 28 and 30 degrees Centigrade) at which the naked human body is able to maintain a heat balance without shivering or sweating

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Everything I want is on the other side of my comfort zone.
My comfort zone blocks unnecessary noise and allows me to focus on what really matters.
In reality, today we can't afford to stay in our comfort zone.
My financial comfort zone rests in the normal area of hungry for profit while minimizing spend.
People who stay in their comfort zone and continue doing the same jobs over and over will be very proficient at them and will likely become the "go to" people for those jobs.
That Jewish students on campus need to wrap themselves in a comfort zone is not surprising.
If young Indian golfers want to make a mark, they have to come out of the comfort zone and take the risk of playing in qualifying schools in Asia, Europe and the United States.
The Comfort Zone training programme takes one day to learn for practitioners and is usually delivered to parents in four to six weeks, during two-hour sessions.
After all, people who stand out in some way operate out of their comfort zone every day: the employee in the wheelchair navigating a workplace built for walking not rolling the Muslim co-worker trying to connect with co-workers discussing Christmas plans; the one vice president who's a woman collaborating with the other seven vice presidents who are men.
The comfort zone makes not just for complacency but also for much self-deception," my friend said.
Be brave and face up to whatever it is you have been putting off and accept the fact when you are out of your comfort zone.
I do believe that to really make a go of something you have to step out of your comfort zone, surround yourself with nice people, work hard and maintain a positive mindset.
com)-- The Back School, an Atlanta, GA based ergonomics and safety consulting firm and Ergo Squad, a Denver, Colorado based provider of human resource management and ergonomics software have partnered to offer Comfort Zone, Ergo Squad's web-based employee ergonomics survey/assessment software program.
The partnership is aimed at offering Comfort Zone, IBRs web-based employee ergonomic survey/evaluation and enterprise management software to ETC s client base in the United States and abroad.
Some people see risk and uncertainty as exciting and embrace change (depending on the change), whereas others can be fearful of any change, even those perceived to be minor changes, as for them any change is seen as a risk and takes them out of their comfort zone.