“It takes courage to admit to yourself the truth of what you want to be and what you wish to create.”
-Robert E. Staub, II
Courage to Dream .
So what is your song of glory? Gift yourself some quiet time and start making a bucket list – it should include any and all experiences and accomplishments you would like to claim as your own. Which of these call to you in an especially juicy way? Do you note an overall theme as to how you want to use your one precious life? How do you want to be remembered?
Set aside all naysaying – from others or from yourself– as you allow yourself to dream.
(See The 7 Acts of Courage, pages 31-34, for more details.)
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