We can all be more adaptable, creative and innovative in life, and that is the mission of this site, but in order to do so we have to challenge our set ways and our comfort zones first. When we do we take ourselves away from auto-pilot thinking and we begin to open and stretch our minds further - we learn to adapt, we build up our skills, we use a more creative mind to think of better/more solutions, and we become problem solvers in life.
This is the main principle behind Richly Wills - to encourage us to improve and stretch ourselves to be better, to give our best self and improve it further.
Conversely, when we adopt a comfort mindset that resists change we might think we are being good to ourselves through staying safe, but we are often just masking our potential behind the more immediate need for external validation or even status chasing. Disruption might sound like a bad word, but to grow we need it. Challenging this status quo might not sound easy, especially if we are so heavily ingrained to think routinely without question, but doing so allows us to channel new solutions that we otherwise wouldn't see.
It's not to say we don't need comfort, logic or routine, but this site (and it's tools) is about building up the skills that we often lack in favour of comfort, logic and routine - the ones that can develop our potential much further as they get us thinking differently, and get us actively pushing ourselves to a more advanced mind, and a richer life.
A richer life is not about material gain, it's about a deeper sense of purpose and our strive for improvement, and while comfort and love can also bring us joy, meaning and co-creation, we tend to actively improve when we challenge 'ourselves' to stretch a bit further each day than what we already know, which means pushing past the comfort, or getting comfortable being uncomfortable.
Of course, many adults may have had their creativity stifled from a young age and became very logically agreeable and influenced over time, so an approach is needed to help these learners succeed.