“Be brave enough to start a conversation that matters.”
In times of considerable uncertainty, I have noticed tremendous bravery in people.
We expect bravery in our armed services men and women, our police force, firefighters, Emergency Medical personnel, and other first responders.
These days medical professions and the array of other “essential” workers that support them are also putting themselves on the line.
What brave conversations must be had to mobilize the dramatic decisions and bold actions taken to protect and serve one another and all of our communities?
What conversations in your personal or professional community are to be had that will make the difference you wish to make?
Select one such conversation in which you will summon the necessary level of bravery today.