Indeed life begins at the end of your comfort zone, all these happened during my high school days. while i was on my comfort zone everything was cool, no friction, no worries but deep down there was no action. I was just like an object, when things go wrong i tend to blame it on others. If i get low grades i then blamed it on my teachers, my poor performance i blamed in on lack of study materials at school but the funny thing is there were some learners who were like me but they were excelling in their studies.
True they say if you want to fly with eagles you'll learn to fly to a great heights, i started to be close to good performing learners mostly in all things i was no longer putting the blame on others but myself. Once you see the results you won't give up i continued working harder.
The same thing doesn't happen only in classroom, it also happens everywhere in real life when things do go our way we tend to point fingers on the government, our bosses, our partners and colleagues. Believe you me, the moment you stop blaming others for everything that happens around you, you'll start to see things in a different way. Let's put it on a taste, you go and do self-introspection and check where you blamed others where it was your fault and work on rectifying the mistakes without waiting for someone to do it for you.