When you lean in things happen. Intentionally growing your courage muscle moves you places.
In under an hour, you will understand why the mantra: "Fear equals opportunity" creates a path to your greatest achievements, and gives stutterers a step up on everyone.
As a stutterer, I learned to view the daily choice of "being true to myself" or "avoiding shame" as an opportunity.
💪 The most important muscle you have is your Courage Muscle 💪
Here's why 👇
You're a human creature, so life demands courage - every day. Growing your courage muscle makes sure it's strong for when life calls for it - when planned, and more so when life gives you a heavy dose.
When you're looking to shift or change something about yourself - double down on your fears.
The stronger your courage muscle the larger challenges you will not only conquer but seek out.
👇 Repeatable and Practical Process 👇:
Identify your fear
Choose to intentionally lean in vs. run away
This is for 👇 anyone, and especially helpful for people touching stuttering who are hungry for growth and change.
Outcome - when you intentionally grow your courage muscle, you will be able to:
Leverage your fears into actionable opportunities
Using the supplied template, create a visual reminder showing you you're stronger than you think
Engage (stuttering) opportunities with greater clarity, confidence, and purpose
About the Presenter
Dan Greenwald is a proud stutterer who lives in NYC with his wife Babette and their 3 children. Dan has been an educator, entrepreneur, and connector for over 20 years. His most recent project is ThirtyTenZero. Dan works with companies and people challenging the traditional modes of how we learn, strategize, and hit our targets.
Dan is excited to have teamed up with Uri Schneider, founder of Transcending Stuttering (TS). "TS is a gamechanger for all people touching stuttering. The aim of not to fix stuttering but to live uninhibited by it. A core premise of this framework shifts focuses to the whole person vs. start fixing was isn't broken."
The Courage Muscle is one of many examples of how Transcending Stuttering incorporates specialists beyond the classic therapy.