Driving with John Chow – Episode 25 Be Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Wow! It has been almost a month since the last episode of Driving with John Chow. I think this is the longer I have gone in between episodes. Then again, I have a good excuse since I was living the Dot Com Lifestyle down in Cabo San Lucas.

It is good to be back in the USA and driving the Mercedes again. On this episode of Driving with John Chow, I show you how to be comfortable being uncomfortable. Why do you need to learn this? Because you have to step out of your comfort zone if you want to succeed. People who stay inside their comfortable rarely get anywhere in life. If you can be comfortable being uncomfortable, then nothing can stop you.


12 thoughts on “Driving with John Chow – Episode 25 Be Comfortable Being Uncomfortable”

  1. Andy says:

    Absolutely superb john. Spot on 🙂

  2. Eileen says:

    Awesome vid! Is that a shoemoney shirt or a superman shirt?

      1. Julio says:

        What’s your T-shirt size?
        I’ll be online soon, that way you can give me a free plug on your video post.

  3. Itu says:

    You know John one of the major things that have stopped me from succeeding with my online business is being afraid to get in from of the camera.

    If I can get over that mental barrier of me being in front of the camera I know my life can change. Thats the one thing that I am uncomfortable with and I know will be the one thing that can change my income and life.

    I have to just do it…


  4. Dwayne says:

    Great information John. As soon as I feel uncomfortable, that’s when I know it’s time to take action. Also, like the shirt idea.

  5. I. C. Daniel says:

    Indeed I did not seen a driving with John Chow for a long time.

  6. faisal says:

    When you get out of your comfort zone, it’s only then when you are pushing ahead.

  7. weezle says:

    Nice post that’s what am gonna do now “gerout of my comfort zone”

  8. Hey John,

    This is very true. Forever remaining in your comfort zone can be very restrictive and can hold you back a lot. You should always be looking to expand you comfort zone so that it encompasses the things that you found uncomfortable and one time but not anymore. The only way to do that is to keep pushing yourself beyond the edges and get out there.

    Oftentimes I find that the things that I felt uncomfortable about or afraid of were, in reality, nowhere near as bad as I imagined them to be. But if I hadn’t taken action and experienced them then I’d never have known.


  9. Jawbone Up says:

    Something I really have to give in to you, JC. You’ll try to create content whenever possible. You are efficient, and never waste a single min of your time.

    Even when you are at Disneyland, you’ll take tons of photos and share with us your first hand experience. Love it!

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