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    For my Out of Comfort Zone project I went around for a full day in a wheelchair. I acquired the wheelchair from my mother, she had it in the garage from when my sister could not walk for a summer. The wheelchair was a little small, however it did its job for the day. I was in the wheelchair all day, going around campus, and the surrounding neighborhood, where I live. I chose to be in a wheelchair because I wanted to know what it felt like. I thought of doing other activities, however none put

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    Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone Many immigrants come to the United States in pursuit of opportunity, however they struggle to adopt the dominant culture’s language, which limits the job opportunities available to them. Historically, immigrants assimilated by having to learn dominant language, but this challenge led them to create ethnic enclaves that make them feel more welcomed. Many enclaves in the United States, for example the Latino population in San Francisco’s Mission District, give a sense

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    Getting out of your Comfort Zone Your comfort zone is a behavioral space where fit a routine and pattern that is low on stress and risk. A comfort zone provides a notion of mental security where you benefit in regular happiness, reduced stress and low anxiety. The idea of the comfort zone dates back in 1908, over a psychological experiment carried out by Robert M. Yerkes and John D. Dodson. To maximize our performance, we need to go past our comfort zone to a zone called Optimal Anxiety. A state

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    Breaking Out of My Comfort Zone As my sophomore year in high school was swiftly ending in 2014, I was strongly active in my church, Word of Faith Christian Center, with the youth ministry and enjoyed helping with the children’s and nursery ministry. I choreographed many routines and participated with the youth choir on fifth Sundays. On two Sundays out of each month, I helped with the children church and nursery as a youth assistant. Additionally, I was an active member of the Young Ladies of

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    unless you step out of your boundaries or what you are comfortable with is true. Whether it be in sports or with friends, going outside of your comfort zone and making new experiences is very important to a balanced and healthy life. Based on my experiences, in sports that I participate in, stepping out of your comfort zone makes the best memories, stories, and betters you as a person. I thought that I was a really good snowboarder until I decided to step out of my comfort zone and entered a

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    from comfort zones.” That is basically saying that if people have a comfort zone they won’t fully be able to enjoy the things that make them happy. With comfort zones it holds people back from becoming the best. The dictionary states that comfort zones are “a place or situation where one feels safe or at ease without stress”. “Relief”, “soothe”, and “ease” are just some of the synonyms of this phrase. “Discomfort”, “stress”, and “unhappiness” are some of the antonyms of this word. Comfort zones make

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    Comfort zone is a situation where one feels safe and at ease. It is a type of behaviour that keeps us at a steadily Low anxiety level. Something that we do all the time, like taking the bus to school, watching television programmes and checking out social media platforms are part of our comfort zones. These everyday activities that we are used to will not make us feel anxious and uneasy. We like to stay in our comfort zone even though we are bored of being in the comfort zone. When we see the struggle

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    rather stay at their normal way of living. It is important to get out of your normal thing and try something new because it can help you succeed. In the novel, After Summer by Nick earls and the article “ Expand your Comfort Zone” by Z.Hereford both express the same theme getting out of your comfort zone can show your true potential and help you discover new things. Here is one way Earls expresses the theme getting out of your comfort zone can show your true potential. Earls shows that Alex every summer

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    uncertain thing and that making it into a 'comfort ' thing is very bad strategy. Theodore Roosevelt called the comfort zone the "the Gray Twilight" and those that dwelt there "poor spirits". They neither enjoyed much nor suffered much and in fact in his opinion they didn 't really live very much either. If we look back to the origins of social psychology and evolutionary psychology we quickly learn that never were our ancestors in a so-called comfort zone. Life was tough and a daily struggle for

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    Comfort zone is securing people in a place where they feel themselves safely away from circumstances in life. The individuals can feel safe what they want, but they are damaging themselves in certain ways. They will adapt to the comfort life which, it will make it difficult for them to overcome comfort zone. This is a major problem for society because it prevents them from accomplishing goals like make important business decisions, socialize with people, denied internship opportunities feeling they

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