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Some, hopefully constructive, criticism  and concerns:

Yes, getting out of one's comfort zone is essential to life. 

Being required to pump gas at 8, though, is a clear public safety concern (illegal in my state) along the lines of careless disregard for other people. 

Withholding necessary basic supports like food, even just threatening such, even as a "learning tool" is just straight up abuse. 

There's a difference between reasonable discomfort and treating others poorly for what sounds like exclusively (rationalized) personal gain. 

Also so going to say that employers expecting greater flexibility/adaptability re:more senior responsibilities need to put some work into best practices for that regarding expectations and direct compensation, I would think.