The author and modern-day spiritualist Neal Donald Walsch has said that “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.”
I’d like to take that a step further – or perhaps just a jump to the left, then a step to the right – and propose my corollary to Walsch’s theorem – that is, “Your social and business life begin at the end of your inclusion zone.”
What, you ask, is an “inclusion zone?” Glad you asked. Hang on a second.
Before I begin, let me say two things:
- This is going to be a bit interactive – so get out your notepad or fire up your stickies app on your iPhone; and
- I’m going to challenge some ideas that you may find a bit brain-wrinkling, and I’m going to ask up front for you to not tune out until I’m finished.
Then I invite you to tell me I’m full of shit.