Dare to write your Daring Female Proclamation this week!
A few weeks ago I received an email from a woman who had come across
DaringFemale.com and was inspired to re-think her life and create what I
called a Daring Female Proclamation. She wrote a series of things she was
daring herself to remember, to stand for, to do, and to dream about and
posted it on her blog.
When I read it, I felt so energized and inspired that I went on to start
writing my own Daring Female Proclamation – a statement to myself about
all the things that I wanted to focus on, to do, to dream about, to spend
time doing in my life, all the things that I didn’t want to forget and
didn’t want to take for granted. I carry this Daring Female Proclamation
in my weekly planner and I re-read it as often as I get a chance.
And this week, I dare you to write your Daring Female Proclamation! Find
some time when you’re not busy at work, at home, or running errands, take
out a piece of paper – if you like, you can also write it in your journal
or type it – and write down what you dare yourself to do. Do you dare to
live every moment of your life without regret? Do you dare to finally take
that important step towards finding a job that you actually like? Do you
dare to commit to getting into great shape? If something is important to
you, if there is something that you don’t want to forget, write it down as
a dare to yourself.
Be honest. This is your Daring Female Proclamation and it is yours only –
no one is going to judge you on what you write. Include only those things
that matter to you and those that you truly care about.
Once you’re finished, I suggest that you put this Daring Female
Proclamation somewhere where you will be able to look at it often – on
your fridge, in your planner, next to your computer. My hope is that it
will be your continuous inspiration and reminder to dare yourself to do
things that will make your life more fulfilled, more fun, more exciting,
and more of what you want it to be.
By the way, if you want to see the original Daring Female Proclamation
that inspired this, click on this link.
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