The Comfort Zone Is A Myth - Here's Why! W/ Chris Paradox

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This week for the Art Of Life Project, I speak to Chris Paradox who is a wordsmith, poet and mindset coach. Chris left his job in advertising, earning him £70K a year, to live under a tree in Battersea Park. To him it was a way of letting go of all things that no longer resonated or defined him, and to start from scratch by opening his life to possibilities. It was a hugely brave move on his part, as he describes it 'The dumbest and the smartest thing I ever did!'
Then in 2008 while in Mexico he jumped off a cliff and smashed his leg on a rock, which later led to amputation. In his words 'The worst thing and the best thing that ever happened to me?' it took him through a journey into 'the dark night of the soul' and into cultivating a mindset of positivity, transformation and inspiration. It seems that one of the biggest questions for Chris, throughout his life, has been 'how do I bring a new meaning to this?'
This conversation is a great reminder that a 'comfort zone' is really a myth, therefore we need to embrace the fact that we live each day in the unknown. Grab yourself a drink and come spend some time with us.
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