It’s easy to become complacent. We are creatures of habit and we are most confident and happy when we are engaged in work we are accustomed to doing. We feel we are doing our best work when it’s familiar. And while it’s true that expertise is formed by practice, it also comes from taking risks and trying things no one else has done before. No one becomes a master without pushing the boundaries.
If you want to have true impact, you have to be open to new ways of looking at the world and new ways of doing things. You have to excel at embracing change. You must become a shift disturber.
Normal doesn’t change the world.