Are you making the most of your life? Are you taking bold decisions? Are you seizing the day? If not, why not?
Described as a handbook for being more courageous, Margie Warrell’s new book Brave was written for busy people on the go and is designed to help you build ‘courage muscles’ in your work, relationships and life.
“Courage is a habit. Practicing it daily, even in quiet small ways, unlocks new possibilities, creates new opportunities, grows your influence and enables you to meet your challenges with more resilience and self-assurance,” said Margie.
“So whether you’re stuck in a rut, struggling in a relationship, overwhelmed by your daily juggling act or uninspired about your future, Brave will provide you with a regular dose of positive and practical inspiration,” she said.
‘Brave’ will help you:
– Clarify what ‘success’ truly means to you, and be more purposeful in your daily efforts to achieve it
– Speak up with greater confidence, and be more assertive in dealing with difficult people, getting what you want and changing what you don’t
– Define the person and leader you aspire to be, become more resilient under pressure, decisive in uncertainty and adaptable to change
– Scrap the excuses (your age, education, gender, busyness or children) that sabotage your future actions
– Dare more boldly, passionately pursuing the goals that inspire you most, no matter how daunting.