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The nature of creativity and comfort zones

The nature of creativity and comfort zones. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Robert Belle about the nature of creativity and comfort zones. They discuss how to monetise your creativity and the four steps to crush your comfort zone.

They discuss how to improve the areas of your life in which you feel vulnerable – this is what your comfort zone is protecting. Only when you break through your comfort zone can you grow.

You have to embrace uncertainty to have creativity.

This is a truly fascinating take on the comfort zone. Listen up to the rest of the conversation.

Robert’s LinkedIn Profile is here. His website is here.

You can listen to Episode 110 on one of the popular podcast platforms here.

For those of you who are happy to listen through their browser … enjoy!

Judith Germain
Judith Germainhttps://www.maverickparadox.co.uk/
Judith Germain is the Leading Authority on Maverick Leadership and has been defining Mavericks as wilfully independent people since 2005. She empowers business owners, leaders, the C-Suite and organisations to thrive in complex, constantly changing environments. She is a consultant, mentor, trainer and speaker. Judith is also the Founder of the Maverick Paradox and Maverick Paradox Media. She is HRZone's Leadership Columnist, a Brainz 500 Influential Leader and author of The Maverick Paradox: The Secret Power Behind Successful Leaders. Her expert opinion is sought after by national press, radio and trade press. Judith is also Editor of The Maverick Paradox Magazine, Host of the Maverick Paradox Podcast, and The Maverick Paradox @ KLDR Online Leadership Development Radio. Click the contact us button to find out how to hire Judith, or ask her to appear on your show or in your publication.

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