The strength and ability to act in situations where fear is present.
Icon by Gregory Sujkowski from The Noun Project.
Letting go and getting lost can be a courageous way to find your path.
Varies by adventure
Yourself (minus GPS)
Even the smallest risks are big, brave acts.
Pen and paper
Establishing a practice of being brave in small, powerful ways.
Don't let injustice pass. Ask a question. Start a conversation.
Asking a question. Or starting a conversation. Or suggesting a resource or reference that provides a positive context around the oppressive or bigoted comment.
Whose rules are you living by? Can you find the courage to break them?
Paper and pen
Record courageous acts you perform in your daily life.
Celebrate every courageous act, even the small ones.
Challenge the external structures and limitations that generate a neat presentation of yourself to the outside world.
How can you create space for yourself and others to be candid and genuine?
Confront and reclaim the fears that prevent you from actualizing your courage.
10 minutes or more