Margie Warrell explains why we connect far more deeply through our vulnerabilities than through our victories – and why conformity is a curse.
"It’s often got nothing to do with the person they’re intimidated by, and plenty to do with the story they’ve created about them"
“Don't just focus on the risks of leaving the security of where you are now. Consider the risks of doing nothing!”
“While avoiding risk can provide a temporary sense of safety, in the longer term it tends to leave us less secure, not more so.”
It's safer to type something instead of saying it. But we need to stop hiding behind our devices, says Margie.
You're so close to the bubbles … but there's a bit of reflection to do first.
'Courage is like a muscle. The more you use it, the braver you become,' writes Margie Warrell