Over the course of the weekend, I did something that was brave for me – that pushed me beyond the borders of my comfort zone. And when it was all said and done, I felt good about having done that thing (and somewhat relieved it was over!).
It got me thinking about being brave. What’s brave for me might not be brave for you. Likewise, what might be brave for you, might not be for someone else.
We can’t measure our moments of bravery by anyone else’s yardstick. We each, on our own, have to be our own kind of brave.
Don’t compare your brave to others. Don’t discount what you know in your heart is something brave for you today just because someone else might not see it that way.
Just be you and keep stepping into bravery, even if it is one tiny little baby step this week.