They say you have to be bold enough to be true to yourself and your dreams, but what does that mean? Fearless enough to do what? What are your options for getting started? And when can you expect to see the results of being bold enough? Everything you need to know, and then some, is in this manual. From breaking down the definition of bold enough, to how you can incorporate it into your life, this guide will take you through each step of the process.
Doing what you enjoy is not always easy, but it is extremely rewarding. So when you get a chance, push yourself out of your comfort zone and dare to do something that scares you. It’ll be scary at first, but getting to know yourself better, including your likes and dislikes, will give you strength you never knew you had. This will inspire you to keep putting yourself out there if you want to live an authentically bold life! Shame can take many forms: shame about your body, shame about your age, shame about not having children or a partner, shame about not making enough money. Whatever form it takes for you, shame is dangerous because it silences us; when we’re ashamed of who we are or what we do, it can be hard to share our story with others. To break free from shame and stop living in a place of fear, we must embrace ourselves as complete beings who deserve happiness.
We all have pivotal moments in our lives, times when we can look back and say, “That’s when everything changed.” Yet how many of us are brave enough to say what those moments were? Put yourself to the test and try to identify your top three defining moments. Be as objective as possible. Surround yourself with people who will support you on your journey. Find mentors in your community who can help you achieve your goals. Those around you can help you on your journey toward authenticity by accepting you as you are and discouraging you from acting in ways that aren’t true to who you really are. Mentors can also help you stay on track when life gets busy or tough. Find a mentor who is not only willing to help you, but also has the skills you need; don’t settle for someone because of their title or willingness; make sure they have the chops to back it up!
Fear of what others will think, fear of being different, fear of saying something that isn’t politically correct are all common reasons we hide our true selves from the world. If we stop giving our worries attention, they will fade away. Because being bold is more than a mindset; it’s a toolkit, Be Bold provides forums in which advice and interviews on how to be authentically bold and change your life by changing your mind can be disseminated. Our book, podcast, and conferences equip people with strategies, methods, and tips they can use immediately to live an authentic, fulfilling life.
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