Ten Differences Between Being Comfortable and Being Complacent

Being comfortable means that you are happy to continue to try and move forward.       Being complacent means that you are happy to continue to stay right where you are.

Being comfortable means that you are always ready and prepared to accept change. Being complacent means that you are never ready and prepared to accept change

Being comfortable means that you are eager to learn from others’ stories and experiences. Being complacent means that you know everything that you will ever need to know.

Being comfortable means that you have an abundance of creativity and commitment. Being complacent means that you have a lack of creativity and commitment.

Being comfortable means that you accept the need to adjust your speed when necessary. Being complacent means that you accept the need to constantly remain in cruise control.

Being comfortable means that you try to look for ways to add value to every situation. Being complacent means that you never try to look for ways to add value.

Being comfortable means that you are giving more to all of your relationships.              Being complacent means that you are giving less to all of your relationships.

Being comfortable means that you see yourself as having a career.                                 Being complacent means that you see yourself as having a job.

Being comfortable means that you do what you are asked to do because you want to.   Being complacent means that you do what you are asked to do because you have to.

Being comfortable means that you always ask the question:”What’s in it for you?”           Being complacent means that you always ask the question: “What’s in it for me?”

 

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The Motivator Minute is written by "The Motivator" who for the past 17 years has been a motivational and leadership coach for business, life and career. She offers her international clientele a creative approach to coaching, training and promoting. Her greatest strength is that she gives her clients her energy, enthusiasm, knowledge, experience, a commitment to their success and an abundance of creative ideas. She is a coach, leader, facilitator and motivational speaker who supports, encourages and motivates individuals to make positive and lasting changes in their personal and professional lives. She specializes in working with entrepreneurs who want to achieve greater success through increased business and personal visibility and credibility; with individuals who are experiencing career and life transitions and with an organization’s leaders so that they can do and be their best on the job and in their lives. Please note that all material on this blog is original and copyright protected. Copyright 2011 The Motivator All rights reserved.
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