Audacious. That's what we've been asked to be. It's round 2 of the Start Experiment that I have grown to love. And this was our request from Jon Acuff this morning.
I like to think of myself as a pretty audacious person to begin with. So I decided to look up the word.
Audacious - extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless
What does that look like?
Audacious didn't seem like a challenge, but recklessly brave does. I will choose, not to just be brave, but to be recklessly brave. Not caring what the consequences are. Which, if you're doing something brave, might be worth the trying anyways.
I want to live my life recklessly brave. I want to talk to people that would otherwise make me uncomfortable. I want to love more people than I ever have. I want to go places I've never been. I want to write my book. I want to buy a house. I want to walk the path that God has laid out for me.
These are all things that scare me and I think I've been pretty brave with them. Recklessly brave? Not so much. So, I guess if I'm going to be reckless about it that means no cares or concerns about what loving someone might do to me. What writing my book might put me through. What trials and letdowns of buying a house might bring. I can't care about the things that might happen because that's just where they are. In maybe land. It's not a real place.
I choose today to be recklessly brave.
Is there an area of your life that you need to be recklessly brave?
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