Review From User :
When an author advises readers to take risks, people often confuse risk-taking with permission to be stupid.Â
But Warrell's purpose is for you to take risks that move you in the direction of sharing your unique gift with the world.
The first part of the book presents the elements of courage: why do you live, how do you overcome your brain's predisposition to cowardice, and what character do you need to take right actions.
The second part deals with courage in the everyday living of your work and personal lives. She challenges you to lead yourself to thrive in an ever-changing reality.
The work of Dr Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change, saturates Warrell's work. But she's found her own voice in a niche that was a subtopic for him.
Courage is a critical skill for entrepreneurs. If you want to change the world, or even just your personal wealth, you need to learn to learn to take the risks that will get you to where you want to be.
This book won't make you courageous, but combine virtuous character and the skills it teaches, and you will take the risks that matter.
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