0810 | Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

0810 | Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky

Andy Molinsky is a Professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School. Andy helps people develop the insights and courage necessary to act outside their personal and cultural comfort zones when doing important, but challenging, tasks in work and life. His work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, Inc. Magazine, Psychology Today, the Financial Times, the Boston Globe, NPRand Voice of America. Andy was awarded as a Top Voice for LinkedIn for his work in education. In this interview, we discuss if outside your comfort zone is really where the magic happens.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • Why Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone is Important
  • How Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone Leads to Growth
  • What Kind of Psychological Roadblocks People Put on Themselves When Stepping Outside Their Comfort Zone

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

2 thoughts on “0810 | Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone with Andy Molinsky”

  1. Great discussion with David and his guest Andy Molinski, interesting and informative. Many thanks Barry.

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