Being Positively Courageous.

Will Colthup
Being Positively Courageous.
With this Autumn Huddles theme being positively courageous I thought it would be best to look at some traits that make us courageous, and what sets those who are courageous apart from the rest.With this Autumn Huddles theme being positively courageous I thought it would be best to look at some traits that make us courageous, and what sets those who are courageous apart from the rest.

1 - Embrace vulnerability - if you live a fear-based life you’re less likely to have little or no confidence if you feel afraid of others seeing who you are, open up and be more vulnerable.

2 - Admit you have fears - Admitting your fears and identifying what you’re truly afraid of gives you the information you need to overcome them.

3 - Face your fears - Exposing yourself to what you fear is the best way to overcome it, scared of spiders? Go and handle one and see how you feel after.

4 - Think positively - Sure difficult times will come, but it’s best to overcome these by thinking positively.

5 - Reduce your stress - Easier said than done I’m sure, but sometimes you experience fear due to being exhausted, sleep, good food and exercise certainly help reduce stress.

6 - Demonstrate courage - Take time to help people who are in uncomfortable situations, instead of ignoring people in distress, help.

7 - Know failure but press forward - If you fail, learn from it, keep moving forward.

8 - Cope with risk and uncertainty - Conquer fears by learning to deal with life’s uncertainties. If you fear to lose your clients, or employees, figure out what it’ll take to keep them.

9 - Continue to learn - Grow, learn and improve. Take all opportunities to learn new skills. Read books, consume podcasts and videos, the more you know the more you can grow.

10 - Accept your challenges - Stay the course, even the greatest plans can fail, the best option is to have a plan b, c, d and e to make sure you can get through the challenges that can come.

We shouldn’t let fear drive decisions, we shouldn’t let fear have control, the answer is to be positively courageous!

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Will Colthup