The Bravery Training Process


1. Improve your mindset

Your mindset frames the running account that is taking place in your head, guiding the whole interpretation process. How you interpret challenges, setbacks, and criticism is your choice.

Improving your mindset is not about picking up a few pointers here and there. It’s about seeing things in a new way. Learning how to make your mindset your greatest asset, changing your internal monologue.

 

 

2. Build your toolkit

The right tools can give us the necessary structure and enable us to practice techniques to the point of seeing results. Tools that work on both the physical and mental aspects required for bravery. Offering us accountability and insights. Because we don’t just want to learn about the plethora of tools out there, we want to find the tools that work best for us.

Check out the Bravery Training Toolkit

 

 

3. Find your people

You have heard it before: who you surround yourself with, you become.

If you want to have growth in our life, you must surround ourselves with people that are pushing their limits. If you’re striving to be an authentic, fulfilled, honest, brave and principled person, you must surround ourselves with people who are doing the same.

Find the people that support and encourage you to be brave. 

 

 

4. Take action

Do something every day to get into your discomfort zone. The place where you feel awkward and clumsy. To see how you can handle more than we think. It's the ordinary moments that require us to be brave that enable us to be brave in the big moments.

 

5. Celebrate your wins

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. We aren't focused on the end result, we're focused on what we can control, and that's stepping out into the unknown.