Bobby shares about an unexpected adventure he experienced while with his family in Abu Dahbi, United Arab Emirates.
The first time I stepped out of my comfort zone I went to Sun Moon Lake with my family. I was afraid of the water so I hugged my dad’s back like a dolphin. After that trip my mom and I decided I should take swimming lessons so I didn’t have to
The first time I stepped outside of my comfort zone was when I was in first grade. I had to leave my old school. I felt sad because all of my friends were there. My mom brought me a year book to help me remember my friends. Then my mom and I
The first time I stepped out of my comfort zone is when I went to Japan. I was nervous about going to Japan because it was the first time I could remember going to a new country. I was nervous because everything would be new and Japan is a
The first time I stepped out of my comfort zone is when I moved to another school. I felt sad because I missed my friends. I still made new friends in my new school. I felt scared because I didn’t know anybody. When Clive came we became best
When I first arrived in Kathmandu I was eager to see the city but apprehensive and afraid. I had never visited a developing country before and my perception was one of poverty and crime. The three girls I was traveling with had been to many
At my first manager’s meeting, after being recently promoted to store manager, my boss’ boss, also known as the regional director, began inquiring about our districts sales. I was surrounded by my new peers, many of which had years
When I took my initial step to re-acclimate myself with college, I found myself the student of an acting class at Rockland Community College. I took the course because it sounded fun, I had a knack for the performing arts, and I needed a