About Your Guide to Being a Comfort Zone Escapist by Alison Aulakh
TAKE RISKS NOW!
Are you tired of letting your dreams pass you by without taking the risk to jump into action?
Do you depend on others to fill a void? Relying on your relatives, social media, and your boss’s opinions of you to develop self-worth?
Have you ever looked at a risk-taker and said:
“Wow! They’re so courageous. I could never do what they do.”
YES, YOU CAN.
In this risk-taking action guide, Alison Aulakh releases the top ten secrets. It will shift you from “I could never be fearless enough to take risks,” to, “I AM A CERTIFIED COMFORT ZONE ESCAPIST.”
In Your Guide to Being a Comfort Zone Escapist, you’ll feel confident about:
Completing ten risk assignments. Did you think you were going to read about how to be a risk-taker without taking risks? Each task reveals instructions on how to stop hesitating and choose action now.
Unlocking three journal prompts per chapter. Be ready to unveil your limiting beliefs and enhance self-awareness.
Engaging in self-guided check-ins to journal and reflect on your risk assignments.
Leveling up with each chapter by increasing the risk score on your risk scale.
Becoming alumni of The Comfort Zone Escapist Graduating Class. Grab your kiddie pool and plunger, it’s going to be a quirky ride. Celebrate the challenging work you’ll achieve by following this guide.
Your Guide to Being a Comfort Zone Escapist uncovers all you will need to be a lifelong risk-taker!
Ready for your risk assignment?
RISK #0: Open this book right now and start your risk journey. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
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Alison Aulakh is the Author of Your Guide to Being a Comfort Zone Escapist and a BFA graduate of The New School University in NYC. She is the co-founder and CEO of The Sober Life of Floppy Fish, a risk-taking comedy production company. She's also the CEO of her motivational based company, The Aulakh Initiative.
As a bi-racial and bi-coastal actress and comedienne, she challenges the norms of society with her out-of-the-box comedy. You can spot her on public transit risking it up, dressed as Plant Man while talking into a banana phone. Catch her daring and hilarious announcements on the New York City subway!