Bravery, like all desirable traits, is something you work at developing. You aren’t born brave and it’s not something you can acquire overnight. With a growth mindset we can take on challenges, learn from our setbacks and try again. We can become who we are meant to be, not who other people want us to be.
There are three main components required to overcoming your fears and limiting thoughts in a healthy, sustainable way. The first is improving your mindset. Second is finding and utilizing the tools most effective for you. And the third is having good people in your corner.
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Your mind is powerful. Your mindset frames the running account that’s taking place in your head, guiding the whole interpretation process. How you interpret challenges, setbacks, and criticism is your choice. Changing your mindset is not about picking up a few pointers here and there. It's about seeing things in a new way. Let's learn how to make your mindset your greatest asset.
There are so many great tools and methods out there to help encourage you take action, change your behavior and work through the inevitable challenges you will face as you push beyond your comfort zone. We've brought them together in one place to help you not just learn them, but use them when you need to. Discovering which tools work best for you.
We We have heard it before: who you surround yourself with, you become. If you want to have growth in your life, surround yourself with people that are pushing their limits. If you’re striving to be an authentic, fulfilled, honest, brave and principled person, surround yourself with people who are doing the same. Find the people that support and encourage you to be brave.
We are all motivated by progress. As you successfully take steps towards facing your fears, we want to surround you with these accomplishments and use that progress as a motivational force. After all, it's the ordinary moments that require us to be brave that enable us to be brave in the big moments.