broaden (one's) horizons

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broaden (one's) horizons

To have a new experience. I'm really nervous to live at school, but I know I need to broaden my horizons and get some experience living without my family. I can't believe that Molly has never left the state before! She seriously needs to broaden her horizons!
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To me they signify an unwillingness to change, broaden my horizons and even consider that there is a different or possibly better way in which to achieve a goal.
"It's time for me to broaden my horizons and set new challenges."
"I am leaving the club in an excellent position but think the time is right for me personally to broaden my horizons and accept a challenge in a new industry," said Walker.
I realise I have to broaden my horizons anyway and look beyond defensive roles in fulfilling an ambition to coach.''
He said: "I have to broaden my horizons anyway and look beyond defensive roles in fulfilling an ambition to coach."
I HAVE been a chef all my working life - nothing wrong with that - yet I feel the time is now right to broaden my horizons. For years I have been writing my own poetry and have had 30 pieces published.