Thank you all for joining us as we demonstrated how we are being #Bold in our lives! This month we were able to get a glimpse of how we all are making a difference in our communities, with our friends and families, and in ourselves. We asked you to share how you are being bold you responded!
So many of you have shown us your boldness through your experiences with grief, running, school, relationships, yoga, empowerment, saying yes, and self-care this month. We learn every day from our community and this was no exception.
“Be brave. Take Risks. Nothing can substitute experience.” – Anonymous
As we looked deep within ourselves this month to figure out what is stopping us from being bold, what is pushing us to be bold, and what we can do to continually be bold, we took time to ask ourselves these questions:
- What is something you are working on this week?
- What is one of your priorities?
- What is something you have failed at this week?
- What is something you got done this week?
- What are you eager to learn this week?
By reflecting on these questions, we can learn more about where we are on our quest to be #Bold. Plus we can come back to revisit these questions because our responses to them can, will, and should change as we grow and change ourselves.
“I cannot say whether things will get better if we change; what I can say is they must change if they are to get better.” – Georg C. Lichtenberg
We hope that being bold isn’t just a topic for one month, rather a theme that we all revisit! Practicing boldness in our day-to-day can help us to be bold leaders as well. Keep the momentum going by thinking about which of these bold behaviors resonates with you.
- Own your flaws and strengths.
- Keep clear priorities.
- Speak up.
- Pair action with knowledge.
- Accept the value of failure.
- Make the most of small wins.
- Build momentum.
Thank you all again for participating in our #ToLeadLiveBold contest. We truly love hearing about what you all are doing and hope that you all continue to