Being a creative warrior and an entrepreneur takes bravery. If you weren’t courageous you wouldn’t have taken the leap to where you are today. But courage is also an ongoing action. To live our best lives we need to be always challenging and pushing at our comfort zone.
Margie Warrell is the author of Brave, Stop Playing Safe, and Find Your Courage, as well as a speaker and entrepreneur. She’s talking with me about what it means to be brave every single day. Bravery isn’t always about jumping out of an airplane! Instead, Margie’s explaining how to interrogate you assumptions about reality and pay attention to what’s amplifying your fear. We’re also getting into being vulnerable, owning your own influence, and Margie’s 10 Day Train the Brave Challenge.
“If you didn’t have to prove yourself to anybody, what would you do?- Margie Warrell
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