Make a BOLD MOVE and Set Yourself Free!

What to Ask to Get Yourself into Action

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The true meaning of courage is “to be afraid, and then, with your knees knocking and your heart racing, to step out anyway - even when that step makes sense to nobody but you.

Making a bold move is not always easy, and yet making a bold move is sometimes the best and only way to truly advance toward the grandest vision the universe has for you ... the one you have for yourself. 

Staying stuck in fear or unhappiness is no good. Hoping won't make anything different in your life, in fact, hope is not a strategy for anything. Decisive and intentional action is the way to make a change, backed by your bold move.

But first, ask yourself some quality questions:

  • "What am I afraid of?"
  • "How has this fear held me back?"
  • "How has this fear kept me playing a smaller game in life?"
  • "What's the worst thing that might happen {that won't happen}, when I do the thing I really want to do?"

To experience your greatest potential, you must acknowledge and know that fear is simply a door through which you must pass through in order to gain the courage to live fully.

Here's your next, most important, action step:

  • Write down 3 things you REALLY, REALLY, REALLY want over the next 100 days. (You have permission to THINK and PLAY BIG!)

Did you do it? Great! Now email me the 3 things you REALLY want to accomplish in the next 100 days:

P.S. It's true that when you dare to step out, speak up, change yourself, or simply do something outside what others call the norm, the results may not always be pleasant. You'll fall down. Others will call you nutty. You'll be so exhausted that you'll want to quit. People won't like you all the time. But the alternatives are even scarier: You might find yourself stuck in a miserable rut for years at a time. Or you could spend too many days languishing in regret, always wondering, "what would my life have been like if I hadn't cared so much about about what others thought..." Don't care so much about what other people think.

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