The first time I ever took a step pass that second wall in my comfort zone, was when I was in fourth grade. I'm kinda shy in front of large numbers of people, but when I wrote about what I appreciated I was elected to read this in front of the whole entire school. I was shocked because I didn't think this would happen, but it did! So I sucked up my guts, and went up on the stage, and started talking. When I was talking it felt like a whole wave of pressure from everyone's eyes, and it was pretty nerve recking. But I finished my speech went down, and did what I thought I wouldn't be able to do. That was the first time I took a step out of my comfort zone.
The second time I took a step out of my comfort zone, was when I went zip-lining, with the boy scout troop I was in. It was incredibly scary, because it was like you were jumping off a 15 foot high wall, to your death in a valley. This totally freaked me out, and I had to push my self every time to jump off. I don't think I will ever learn to be able to jump to your own possible death, even if you know you are secure and safe, with what you are wearing.
The third time I broke my second wall from my comfort zone my seem silly, but this time it was when I got my boaters license, is when I broke my second wall to my comfort zone. This to you may confuse you, but I was told by my dad, that I am the captain for today. So this made me start to feel the pressure, because a captain has to find and catch the fish, and you have to also keep the boat floating, not sinking.
In conclusion, I haven't broke my second wall to my comfort zone much times, but these three times I have earned something from them. I learned that if you don't leave your comfort zone, you cant experience new things, and you can't learn new things, unless you try and leave your comfort zone.