These are all courageous acts, but sometimes these narratives make courage seems inaccessible, and we are unable to realise that we do indeed have the ability to be courageous each day of our lives as well. I believe a key ingredient to happiness is being courageous, in both large and small ways. We all have the capacity to live courageously in our lives.
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The first step is to speak your truth. Your truth is just that — yours. Define your personal values and beliefs and live your life by them. There are just as many opinions in the world as there are people, and that means that there is a tremendous amount of opportunity to be side-tracked from your goals. Remember to always be open to the beauty others’ experiences and insights, but keep your voice strong. Defining your truth requires you to be honest about what drives you, what you believe, and, most of all, what you fear.
Fear is a secret everyone shares and no one wants to talk about. Everyone is scared of something, even the people we view as the strongest in our lives have, at one time or another, been fearful. You can turn your fear into an asset rather than a hindrance, all depending on how you use it. The first step to conquer fear is to face it. Turn your fear into a motivator to achieve your goals.