Being brave is about taking action and it takes courage to be brave.
I decided to survey my circle of friends for their thoughts on being brave. These were the common actions and thoughts about what it takes to be brave with your life.
- Make decisions and be a leader.
- Be OK being different.
- Show you’re vulnerable.
- Do what you do and do it well.
- Know what you stand for.
- Share your experience.
Leadership is a skill that you can learn. And if you already have leadership qualities there is always room for improvement to maximize your potential.
Working toward being the best version of you each and every day takes bravery and courage. By the end of the year, you can look back and see from your actions how far you’ve come. Realistic goals and challenges are important. Most importantly, remember to be playful and have fun too.
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A beautiful card with a simple message. Enjoy!
Make peace with who you are
and where you are at this moment in time. Listen to your heart.
If you can't hear what it's saying in this noisy world,
make time for yourself. Enjoy your own company.
Let your mind wander among the stars.
Try. Take chances. Make mistakes.
Life can be messy and confusing, but it's also full of surprises.
The next rock in your path may be a stepping stone.
Be happy. When you don't have what you want,
want what you have. Make do.
That's a well-kept secret of contentment.
There aren't any shortcuts to tomorrow.
You have to make your own day.
To know where you're going is only part of it.
You need to know where you've been too.
And if you get lost, don't worry.
The people who love you will find you.
Count on it.
Life isn't days and years.
It's what you do with time
and with all the goodness and grace
that's inside of you.
Make a beautiful life...
The kind of life you deserve.
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Another good read.
Have you been called to awaken to beauty? To see more deeply? To cultivate practices of attentiveness? “Mandala: Path To Beauty” written by Joan Kellogg is an inspiring book thoughtfully written and perfect to support MARI® practitioners.
Let beauty penetrate your heart by creating more of the same in your own life and sharing the experience(s) with others.
“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” ~ Victor Hugo