Just gave flyers out and represented my music club.
Last year I decided to finally reach out to other people and I joined my uni's music club. I have never liked people looking at me or paying attention, but I did like to sing. Last year I also sang in front of 200 people in a group performance with the music club which was a great milestone. (I mean, I volunteered to perform! ) At the time I was so nervous with making new friends and being with people for an extended amount of time, but rehearsals with the music club really helped me feel better, even though it was only a 2-3 day thing.
My music club is actually dying because some active members graduated, so I volunteered today to help out with the BBQ alongside the bible group. (In the end, we didn't do any BBQ things, as the bible group had it all sorted.)
There was just me and this other guy, a friend from the music club. And he was singing and playing the guitar. I strummed a bit too and sang a teeny bit. (Did feel massively guilty for letting him take the brunt of the load though.)
Anyway the triumph is the handing out flyers for the music club and trying to talk to people. I usually avoid looking at people, so it was an entirely different thing for me to put on a huge smile and try to interact with people.
Even though inside at times I really did not like it, but in the end, I think it was good for my self-development somehow. I had to be outgoing to attract people to the music club, which is a difficult mindset to put myself in from the get-go.