Entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs spend more time testing the edges of their comfort zone than most. And that's a better place to be when you're comfortable being uncomfortable.
It's easy to label discomfort as a negative, when, in fact, it can be an opportunity to get ahead of the competition. To persevere where others give up. Like all things, it's easier with practice. It's also less intimidating if we break down a given situation to understand which parts we're struggling with. Most often, discomfort comes from uncertainties: unfamiliarity, unpredictability, perceived risks. The good news is that these are founded more on our expectations than on reality.