2. Create Stressful Energy
We’ve already established that stepping beyond your comfort zone can help improve your self-esteem—but a little stress can also help us be our best energy wise. The anxiety that emerges from the action of changing things up can actually motivate energy and success.
According to New York-based psychologist, Stephen Josephson, the act of trying something new brings about newfound energy. And that energy propagates even more energy. Just ask any successful athlete, musician, artist, or actor how they’ve used anxiety to their personal benefit.