Learning more about her just-released book, Bare Naked Bravery: How to Be Creatively Courageous, I see why I like her methods of developing bravery. They’re based on the same effective techniques I base mine on for developing leadership—active, experiential learning, starting with the basics and building. She brings her techniques from music—the Suzuki Method in particular—which makes sense. Think of the bravery to perform in front of an audience, to reveal your truth and beauty, knowing others will critique and criticize.
If you want to be more brave, I recommend listening. We talk about how acting—to be brave, to act on your environmental values—apply everywhere in life. Explore her community online and read her book.
Emily’s personal challenge
Emily interpreted environment differently than others, which give me something to learn, which is part of why I’m doing this podcast.
If you’re considering committing to a personal challenge but haven’t narrowed it down yet, hers may give you ideas on how to.
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