Are you really good at finding reasons you shouldn’t go after your goals?
You may be contemplating starting a business, switching jobs, or pressing pause on your career altogether. Or perhaps you need to begin or end some relationships you have with family, friends, customers, or clients.
Whether you’re feeling unfulfilled in your professional or personal life, there’s nothing a few minutes of quiet self-reflection can’t improve.
None of us are born with the kind of courage that prepares us to walk confidently into unknown territory, but all of us can build it. That’s the message of Dave Hollis’ new book, Built Through Courage.
A powerful combination of passive reading and active journaling prompts, Built Through Courage represents how Dave overcame his own struggles including a highly publicized personal crisis amid the backdrop of a global pandemic and his limiting beliefs, especially related to the jump from a cushy job at Disney to an uncertain life of entrepreneurship.
The experiences detailed in this book are specific to Dave, but the exercises are applicable to everyone. Today, we’re sharing 5 free journaling activities from Built Through Courage, which you can explore by yourself or with family and friends.
Start discovering the real reasons you talk yourself out of pursuing your optimal life and prepare yourself for tackling new challenges by setting aside some time to complete these inspiring journaling activities.