One conscious, brave choice — every day for 30 days.
Who will you be on the other side?
Our creative superpowers are like muscles we can strengthen. When we flex our courage, we are rewarded with aliveness. As we build our capacity to be brave, we discover our confidence and our mojo. We trust ourselves more. The world opens up to us in new ways.
In this course, we will do one small thing every day that feels brave. No heroic feats of courage necessary, just simple, everyday courage! Things like:
- Making the phone call
- Smiling at a stranger
- Asking for help
- Trying something new
Our edges will be different. What requires courage for me will be a piece of cake for you. For some of us, going to a movie or restaurant by ourselves will be an edge, for others, trying yoga or throwing a party would be a bold move. You get to decide what your bold moves will be.
The way the class works is simple:
-Every day for 30 days, you make one conscious, brave choice.
-Record your brave move in your Courage Diary
-Tell us about your brave move + join in the discussions in the private discussion area
Daily drops of encouragement will come right to your inbox as our 30 days unfold. You will receive:
- Stories from Julie Daley, Susan Sullivan, Alexandra Franzen + other Superhero readers who responded to the call for courage stories.
- Lessons in courage.
- Dares. Juicy ones. Totally optional. Think of them as courage prompts, ways to be brave that can support your journey.
- Other bits of inspiration to keep you inspired and engaged in the process.
When you register you will receive 3 worksheets
A Courage Interview
A Ways to Be Brave poster
A Courage Diary to record your brave moves over our 30 days together
You will have access to a warm, private community reporting on their brave moves each day. This space will encourage you + inspire you during your 30 days (and beyond!)
As we build our capacity to be brave (in small, everyday ways) we prepare ourselves for the bigger leaps we are asked to take in our lives. When that moment arrives, we will be more fit for the job. We will feel stronger and more confident. We will have practiced.