Ok, so here's what happened.
I was looking through some footage from 2013. Some of it was TV appearances and some of it was my speaking engagement clips.
I had the mouse in my hand, scrolling, scrolling, scrolling, working, working, working, when, I see a clip of me entitled..."The Amazing Lobster Story."
I stop scrolling.
I press play.
(Kinda trippy when I watch old footage, because it's like I'm on the screen talking to me... while I'm talking to them-the audience).
But anyway, back to the lobster, and why I truly believe this story will be super cool and super valuable for you and your whole life.
You see, lobsters are super soft and super squishy, surrounded by a super hard shell. So how in the world are they suppose to grow...you know, get bigger?
They go through a process called Ecdysis. Now, I could go into all the details of the video of me explaining this process, but the bottom line is much more important.
Basically, what happens is there finally comes a point when the lobster's "comfort zone" inside the shell starts to get soooooooooo uncomfortable that it has to powerfully shed that shell and create a new one.
BUT... unlike the catapillar who turns into a butterfly, lobsters have to do this over and over and over again. Shell after shell after shell.
In other words, by the time that juicy lobster has reached the restaurant (or your dining room) table, it has broken out of many comfort zones.
And here's the best part. This is what we can really really learn from the amazing lobster. Not one single lobster on this planet has access to doctors, liquor stores, drug dealers, etc. They can't pop a pill when they get uncomfortable. They can't swig a drink when they get uncomfortable, they can't develop a smoking habit, a sniffing habit or an emotionally eating habit.
They have to feel...boldly.
They have to change...boldly.
They trust their inner power.
And boldly... they grow!