A personal validation scale is how we judge whether or not we are doing a good job. There are two options: SUCCESS (doing well) or FAILURE (doing badly).
The critical shift to make is being able to place value on the pursuit rather than the outcome.
There are three components of each session that make the experience unique, and allow for the highest level of retention and transfer of the programming to your personal and / or professional life.
Digging deep and answering big questions is bravery.
Easy-to-follow worksheets that scaffold reflection and action.
Engaged (and scared) people who are in it with & next to you.
"Crista and Brave offer important questions to help find yourself. There are some great lead up questions to warm you up - and she's the best cheerleader. She helps call yourself out in a supportive manner to learn about busting (or maybe BOOMING) through hurdles to be more confident and successful."
A deep dive into big feelings of fear and failure. Knowing how those experiences have influenced the way you manage adversity is key to moving forward.
Discover, name and own your own truth. It is the critical foundation of turning fear into fuel. Seeing yourself fully takes bold, brave action.
Establish the framework of continued action based on your belief in your own skillset so that you keep moving, keep trying, keep braving.
Create an action map. Set yourself with specific, vetted and motivating resolutions you are ready and eager to chase.
Experience The Chase on your terms.
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"The Chase is a powerful interactive workshop made up of equal parts, guided self assessment, community, and badass coaching. Crista Samaras leads the group using Brave research and curriculum to summarize and simplify concepts in a format that makes sense and flows seamlessly into that moment of clarity. I came away feeling empowered to move forward and take the action necessary to create the results I want."
"Hard" is personal. What we feel in response to things is based on personal experiences.
The mechanism to turn your fear into fuel relies on knowing what you were scared of, what you are scared of, and what experiences helped to make you believe the worst was going to happen if you try.