There was this online course for wantepreneurs that tried to teach you how to get out of the comfort zone.
To do that, one exercise was to go into a bar, ask for something that was relatively cheap (a small drink, whatever) and then asking for a discount.
We don’t usually do this, right? And it’s extremely unsettling, but whatever the outcome you’ll find that, if you do it, nothing bad happens.
It’s not that they kill you (unless you live in a really bad neighborhood) and even if they refuse to give you the discount, everything is ok.
This is the key takeaway from exiting the comfort zone: Nothing really happens. There is no downside, there is no catastrophe, no disaster. Life continues as it should.