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Benefits of Trying To Learn Something New

“Try new things, step out of your comfort zone, take risks, do things in ways you’ve never done them before, ask for help, surround yourself with self-actualized people, become obsessed with the fact that you have one go-round on this planet as the you that is you, and realize how precious and important it is not to squander that.”

- Jen Sincer

Do you like to explore and try out something new? Or are you eager enough to get out of your comfort zone and do things that you haven’t tried before? It’s a good thing that you’re challenging yourself.

But, what about those people who are afraid to take the risk. Are they missing out on something?

The truth is, there are a lot of good perks when you’re trying out something new. Here are some benefits if you’re trying something new.

It helps you grow.

When your gaining experiences it makes you grow and mature. The new things that you’ve learned are the nutrients for you to grow. This is a natural phenomenon in a person’s life, wherein he grasps learning and turns it into his own.

Maturity that is gained through experience shapes personality.

It makes you conquer fear

The only thing that separates you from achieving your goals is FEAR. It’s one of the hindrances that you're about to face when you want to explore yourself out into the world. But if you’re a person who is willing to take the risk, you will be able to conquer fear with your own strength.

It strengthens your self-confidence

The moment that you’ve decided that you wanted to learn something new, that’s when your confidence starts. After you’ve done something new, you’ll begin to be amazed at your own capabilities. And you ask yourself “am I ready for something new again?”

It makes you discover a lot about yourself

You’ll be surprised when you learn something new, but you’ll be amazed when you know that you have discovered little of yourself yet. And the new things that you’ve discovered may unlock something about your personality. Therefore, the new learnings that you’ve acquired are equivalent to the new dimensions of yourself.



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