Margie Warrell Quotes On How To Embrace Discomfort And Take Bold Action

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Growth Vs. Comfort

“Growth and comfort never ride the same horse.”- Margie Warrell, Train The Brave: Tame Your Fear, Take the Chance, Dare To Live Big

Trust yourself

“Living a deeply meaningful and rewarding life calls on you to step outside your comfort zone– to stretch yourself and to trust yourself- again and again and again.”- Margie Warrell, Train The Brave: Tame Your Fear, Take the Chance, Dare To Live Big

A life-long journey

Living your life fully– purposefully, passionately and wholeheartedly- is a life-long journey of learning to embrace your vulnerability and accept your fallibility, all the while trusting in yourself that you were born for a mighty purpose and are stronger than anything you ever face.”- Margie Warrell, Train The Brave: Tame Your Fear, Take the Chance, Dare To Live Big

Do what inspires you

“You build your own brand of brave every time you consciously choose to move towards what inspires you, rather than away from what scares you.”- Margie Warrell, Train The Brave: Tame Your Fear, Take the Chance, Dare To Live Big

Face your fears

“Letting your fear of what everybody may be thinking of you magnify your self-consciousness, keeps you from expressing yourself authentically and living truthfully.”- Margie Warrell, Train The Brave: Tame Your Fear, Take the Chance, Dare To Live Big

Your reality

Your experience of reality is simply a reflection of where you place your attention. This includes the types of conversations you have with others- whether they’re focused on what you’re grateful about and inspire to achieve, or whether they’re spent complaining about what you don’t have, don’t want and can’t do.”- Margie Warrell, Train Your Brave: Tame Your Fear, Take the Chance, Dare To Live Big

When In Doubt, Go With Your Highest Point Of Clarity

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“When in doubt, go with your highest point of clarity.”– Dan Rockwell

Doubt is not a dream healer; it is a dream killer. When in doubt, go with your intuition. Do not let doubt kill your dreams. Once you are ready to do something, go for it. Stop thinking about it. Don’t think yourself into changing your mind. Just trust yourself. You can’t change what is going to happen tomorrow. You can’t change nature.

Don’t doubt yourself. Just trust yourself. Commit yourself to your life, to your path, to your journey. According to Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Self-trust is the first secret of success.” If you want your dreams to come true, you must trust self. We don’t trust ourselves enough. We are good at beating ourselves up. Instead of beating yourself, once you have made up your mind, once you have committed yourself to something, to your dreams, to your destiny, to your goals, don’t let them die. You must do everything within your power to make them happen. To put simply, you must follow them through.

Once you have made up your mind, don’t doubt yourself. Just believe in yourself that everything is going to work out fine. Don’t doubt yourself whether you will succeed or not. If you think you will succeed, you will succeed. But if you think you are not going to succeed, you won’t succeed. Trust yourself. Trust the process. No matter what, don’t doubt yourself, trust yourself.