Laura Clink
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The Discomfort Zone

only 2% of the population are classed as high achievers by regularly leaving their comfort zone

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Trying new things can be intimidating, but it can help people to embrace failure, grow in confidence and embrace new situations. 

The Discomfort Zone is an activities company that gradually takes people into their discomfort zone, to help them become more adventurous outside of their 9-5 job.

There are 3 levels that would increase in discomfort for each individual (depending on their fears). Participants can select an appropriate date, time and level, then simply follow the instructions they receive in the post.

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Participants will receive their ticket along with a brief itinerary/equipment list in the post, giving them a vague idea of what is in store so that they can turn up at least a little prepared for the surprise activity ahead.

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