Buddies, friends, sisters—whatever you want to call them, these are the people who, as you claim and LIVE your Audacious Life, will support you, cheer you on, and become traveling companions on your journey.
Do you have any?
Of course you do—you just may not recognize them yet. Read on for a short list of Audacious Life Allies and where to find them.
To be an Audacious Woman, you must stop waiting for someone to give you permission to live your life.
But let’s face it:
Sometimes, we need a push and some support.
This is the beauty of challenges.
A challenge—formal or informal—tacitly gives you permission to go do something that you’ve always wanted to do anyway. You wouldn’t accept the challenge if you didn’t have the desire; you just needed an excuse to go do it.
Today, I’m sharing some of my favorite challenges to encourage, embolden, and inspire you to live your Audacious Life. (And bonus—they’re all free!)
The problem with determining worth is that we often don’t have our own definition of value.
We may ask ourselves, “What’s it worth to me?” in regards to what we want; even when we ask ourselves that pointed question, we may not be able to come up with a viable answer.
Too often, what we value is wrapped up in external expectations. We value something because our families, social groups, churches and religions, and other communities value it, but we, ourselves, as individuals? We have some questions, objections, and other ideas.
The best way to determine if something is worth it to you is to devise a set of Personal Core Values, 3-5 qualities that you hold near and dear. These qualities are things that, if what you want doesn’t fit in with those 3-5 qualities, you may want to reconsider.
I provide the full Personal Core Values exercise in Release & Refine, one of my Manuals for Audacious Living; for now, read on for an abbreviated version.