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One thing is certain; our lives will all end sometime. And we will be remembered for what impact we have made on the people we leave behind.
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What does it mean to live boldly?
The word bold means to be courageous and daring, not hesitating. Of course, it also means to be forward, impudent, and breaking accepted rules. Yet even in its possible negative connotations, it is more about a willingness to do what should or must be done, despite potential consequences or challenges along the way.
Living boldly means to live with courage, to be confident in letting go of old habits and striking out in new directions.
There is a voice inside your head always talking to you. When your own thoughts tell you that you “can’t do it,” or you should “give up now,” or even that other “people will judge you,” it’s time to stop that voice.
Love isn’t attached to the expectation of a particular outcome. Choosing to love anyway is completely within our control.
Everyone needs a “pep talk” to find encouragement once in a while. Today, I’m sharing a video made six years ago by a team of brothers, in which one went by the title “kid president.”
You matter, even if no one else tells you. Have you ever felt a bit “less” because you believed someone else didn’t really care? Your significance is within. Significance is something WE think, and then feel, not what other people give us. You are important. You don’t need to hear it from others, it’s already there. You have unique traits, worth, and value just by being you. And when you can think and feel your worth, you are able to use your wonderful traits even more.
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Many new or less experienced coaches approach their sessions with fear or concern about how things might unfold. Coaches might worry about whether they will know the right things to say or the right questions to ask. To calm these fears, a focus on clarifying, understanding, and fully establishing the coaching agreement sets the stage for success and puts the coach’s fears to rest.