“Your comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing grows there.
Being “comfortably numb” in a business context typically refers to a state of apathy or detachment from the work and events happening within the business. This can be caused by a variety of factors, such as feeling overwhelmed or burnt out, not feeling a sense of purpose or meaning in one’s work, or not feeling connected to or valued by one’s colleagues or superiors.
In some cases, being comfortably numb in a business may be a temporary state that can be addressed through changes in one’s work environment or through self-care practices. However, if the feeling of numbness persists over time, it may be a sign of deeper issues that need to be addressed in order to improve the overall health and well-being of the business and its employees.
It could also mean that the employees are used to the status quo – the way the business is operating and are not willing to make changes to make the business more successful. It could also mean that the employees are not engaged in their work and do not have any passion for what they are doing. This lack of motivation could lead to a lack of productivity and a decrease in profits.
Overall, being comfortably numb in a business context is a sign of a lack of engagement and energy that can have detrimental effects on the success of the business. It is important to address the root cause of the feeling of numbness in order to create a healthy and productive work environment.
COMFORT, FEAR, LEARNING AND GROWTH
The evolution of a business is grouped into different “zones” or categories.
It is important for businesses to find a balance between these different zones in order to foster a healthy and productive work environment. This may involve taking calculated risks, embracing new challenges, and continuously learning and growing as an organization.
This section details our business plan utilizing the planning templates of Porter’s 5 Forces, Lean Canvas and SWOT Analysis before detailing our strategic progression and tactical roadmap.
|Porter’s 5 Forces
NI+IN UCHIL Founder, CEO & Technical Evangelist