The first time I left my comfort zone is when I joined the media class. When we went to the meeting and everything that we had to do before the sixth grade, I knew that I would have to leave my comfort zone and do more like ask people to do things that I have never asked before, and acting in other students projects. So just the thought of being on front of the camera and acting took me out of my comfort zone so joining media is definitely one time I left my comfort zone.
Another time I left my comfort zone is when I had to act for the STN convention last year. Last year, Jonathan, Herenui, and I were in the commercial competition and we did our commercial on the Pedi Cab, which is like a little carriage attached to a bike, and this guy brings you to places on that. So, we did our commercial on that and I had to act as a pedestrian riding on the Pedi Cab. I know that your thinking "Oh, that's not that bad," but for it was because I am not good at acting and it would be shown for everyone to see, so I was kinda scared. I just did it and got over it, but I still see it sometimes and I am really embarrassed because I was a horrible actor.
The last time where I left my comfort zone is when I join the Nat Package competition for this years STN competition. I had to leave my comfort zone because I was not used to doing new and harder things. When Mr. M asked Aron and I to go in this new competition, I really didn't want to, but I did, I left my comfort zone and tried something new, and we won second place so I was pretty proud of that.
Overall, I have been in my comfort zone for the most of my life, but, I have left my comfort zone a couple of times. Those times are when I decided to join the media class, the second time I left my comfort zone is when I decided to act in our commercial for last years STN convention , and the last time I left my comfort zone is when join the Nat Package for the STN competition this year. I think that you should leave your comfort zone more often because when you do, something good usually comes out of it. Well, that's it for this blog post, thank you for reading, and have a great day!