As people grow from children into young adults, especially this generation, we are always told things like “you can be and do anything you want when you grow up.” But I noticed as I grew older, entered into college, that sometimes dreams start to seem unrealistic—after all, that’s why it’s called a dream. It’s hard to remember that, as clichés go, anything is possible; the trick is realizing that those dreams are possible by being bold. When people start feeling meek or average, they lose track of where they want to go, start to drift in the current instead of forging on ahead and directing themselves. I believe that building a bold spirit can keep someone on the path to success.
One of my greatest fears is graduating college, accepting a job, and feeling safe, and secure, and completely stuck. Courage used to be my personal motto, to remind myself to fight those fears, to not let them become realities. Lately, the word ‘bold’ has taken more meaning for me; it encompasses courage, confidence, creativity, passion and so much more. All of which I feel spell a recipe for moving your life into new spheres of success, happiness, and new experiences.
“Why be bold? Because being bold means resisting the temptation to give in to fears, or worse, to settle for less so you don’t have to fear something greater.”
Why be bold? Because being bold means resisting the temptation to give in to fears, or worse, to settle for less so you don’t have to fear something greater. But more than that, bold is standing out, speaking up and truly going after what you want in life. Being bold means you are never stuck, but always achieving and improving, whether it is in your personal life or your career. Make your life what you want it to be.
I am learning to build my bold spirit one day at a time, and choosing to make being courageous, creative, confident, and passionate a routine part of my life. If you are ready to build a bold spirit, to make anything possible, then join me.
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