I like comfort zones. They're comfy. Like being in flannel pajamas under an enormous comforter, I like the norm. I know I move from state to state at the drop of a hat but apparently it's still within my comfort zone. Arbonne, on the other hand, is not in my comfort zone. Well, doing classes is fine it's not too difficult and so far it's been friends and family hosting them so again it's comfortable. Unfortunately, I've run out of friends and family and now have to move on to strangers.
I don't like talking to strangers. It's a habit I developed as a child. Everybody knows you don't talk to strangers. Now however, I not only have to talk to strangers I have to tell them about my business. It's not that I don't believe in it or the amazing opportunity, I really do, it's just that I don't like to HAVE to talk to strangers. I actually haven't felt this out of sorts since I started college. This guy asked me one time, "so why do you run across campus?". Well, I didn't actually run across campus, it was more like race walking. I just remember being so scared because I'd never been to a school that big before (my high school had 50 students) and I was a bundle of nerves the whole time I was there. I remember being too scared to ask anyone where the bathroom was, so thankfully I only had 3 hours of classes. It took me half of the first semester to finally check my mail box and trying to find out where grades were posted took me forever; I did actually have to ask someone.
I did finally settle into a routine during my second year, but even still I don't think I ever felt totally comfortable there and it took me 6 years to graduate.
Anyway, Arbonne. It's an incredible opportunity and I know how to make it work, I just don't know how I'll be able to do it. UGH!
Anyway, enough whining. I am better now.