In this episode of Warriors And Wildmen, Rich and Doug deal with the dreaded force of fear and how this feeling can permanently sideline one from greatness. Powerful stuff. Enjoy.
As a culture, we don’t talk about courage properly anymore. Courage has become a hashtag campaign or changing your profile pic to show your support for causes.
What does courage really mean?
Can you be courageous if you feel fear?
Why is it important to be courageous?
How do you become courageous?
Watch the latest by these Badass Bros as they talk about courage in our culture and bringing in some awesome Biblical truths:
Rich and Doug hit a home run on this one!
Courage is vital and we must be courageous in this life.
That quote that Rich mentioned in To Kill A Mockingbird (from Atticus to his son, Jem,) is pretty awesome. You don’t need to have a gun in your hand to be courageous. It’s an internal thing, not just a reliance on the external things.
Check it out:
I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead of getting the idea that courage is a man with a gun in his hand. It’s when you know you’re licked before you begin, but you begin anyway and see it through no matter what.
Perseverance and courage — those are some badass compadres that will lead you to great success.
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