Become a more courageous version of yourself


  1. Determine what courage means to you and acknowledge your fears.
    As Seneca said, "Sometimes living is an act of courage." You need the courage to have a good life and face situations that you would instead run away from. Sit and write down cases when you have been courageous and identify instances where you let your fear get the best of you.

  2. Find a way to practice courage every day.
    You need to act with courage in your everyday life when you need a clear mind and integrity to overcome difficult situations. What is your attitude in everyday life? Do you face life with courage, or do you give back trembling with fear? Remember, to evolve; you must learn to feel comfortable even in awkward situations.


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