So, my first event i'll be talking to you about when I stepped out of my comfort zone was during our 2016 CKTV trip to New York. One day, our teacher, Mr. M, signed us up for a class to learn a dance to a song in the broadway show, Matilda. If you don't know me, I am not a big fan of singing or dancing. I'm not that good at singing or dancing as well. But, we had to do that. So, when we were in the class learning the dance, everyone including me felt a little shy. But, as we were learning the last dance moves, I kinda felt I was kinda better than what I thought I would do. I still wasn't a pro, but I learned that if you try you could actually achieve something.
The next event when I stepped out of my comfort zone was also at New York and this time it was when our class went skating. This time, I felt pretty excited and confident that I'll do good. But I was wrong. Once I went on the ice, I fell! I kept on falling until the point I felt embarrassed and wanted to quit. But, my good friendly classmates who were really good encouraged me to keep trying and do my best. Guess what happened afterwards, I was a professional. Just like in the dance class we took, I still wasn't the best, but I was good enough to glide by myself. Again, I learned if you go beyond your comfort zone you will eventually you will achieve your goals. Also, sometimes if you don't try, you can never know what great things could happen.
Finally, the last event of when I stepped out of my comfort zone was at the STN 2016 middle school mashup. That was at the 2016 convention where you hang out with totally new middle school students your age. So my comfort zone does not like meet new people. I am one of the shy kids. I only feel comfortable around my best friends and family. So, in this middle school mashup they kinda force us to make new friends. All of my new friends were very kind and funny.
In conclusion, all these events whereI stepped out of my comfort zone made me learn some new lessons like learning new cool talents you never knew about yourself.