Jumping on video to talk about doing the things that scare us. You know what I'm talking about: trying something new, being vulnerable, taking a risk, committing to a goal. Leaving behind the safe space to go out on a limb that might snap off underneath the weight of our fears.
"Do one thing ever day that scares you." -- Eleanor Roosevelt.
As part of the Weekly DiVa performance review experiment, I've been thinking a lot about the choice of safety. It feels good to be safe. Like well-worn sweats. But just because something feels safe and comfortable, doesn't mean it's the best we can do.
What do you think? Should we all try something that scares us?