comfort zone


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comfort zone

n
(Psychology) a situation or position in which a person feels secure, comfortable, or in control: encouraging people to work outside their comfort zone.
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Noun1.comfort zone - the temperature range (between 28 and 30 degrees Centigrade) at which the naked human body is able to maintain a heat balance without shivering or sweating
temperature - the somatic sensation of cold or heat
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I chose to stay in my comfort zone of following behind the skaters.
It's only when you step outside of your comfort zone and push yourself that you realise what you can achieve.
As a creature of habit, it is very important for me to have a comfort zone because I prefer comfort and reliability of routine over spontaneity.
So, when we step outside our comfort zone, our brain screams at us: "Wrong way
But millions of us should be so grateful for our groundhog days - while no one should ever complain about living in a comfort zone.
My financial comfort zone is based on having a diversification of income.
The comfort zone is the area in one's mind where he or she can feel at ease performing familiar jobs proficiently.
Another feature of this need for a comfort zone is that the traditional distinction between public and private conduct seems to have collapsed.
The tour is giving them an opportunity to make good money but they are in a comfort zone and don't want to come out of it," Kapur said at the sidelines of an award ceremony in the Capital.
The couple are not part of the Comfort Zone training programme.
Stay too long in the comfort zone, and stagnation sets in.
One's comfort zone is where he feels and thinks that he is assured of two things: provision and protection.