Entrepreneurial Women Develop Your Courage Muscle To Achieve Your Dream Lifestyle

There have been many things that over time can prevent us from living our best life, our life without limits. For many of us fear is one of the biggest challenges.

For entrepreneurial women developing your courage muscle is the only way to achieve your dream lifestyle.

We have at times allowed fear to make the decision on how we would live our lives instead of making the changes we really want in our lives. Sometimes we don’t even realize we are letting our lives be controlled by fear.

As entrepreneurial women as we start to make changes in our life and grow our business, we naturally begin to feel uncomfortable.

We all want to feel safe and secure, but the reality is as we build our dream lifestyle, we stretch into situations that are new, uncomfortable, and scary. To keep growing and stretching, developing your courage muscle is essential to building the life you desire.

Think about it. The behaviors and habits you have developed to this point have gotten you the life you have here and now. To bring about your life without limits, your dream lifestyle will require new habits, new behaviors and new skills.

Each new habit and behavior requires learning new skills. As we coach women into building the life they desire, the hardest thing to teach isn’t the computer skills, writing skills, technical skills or anything like that. It’s always the mental skills and developing the mental courage it takes to move out of our comfort zone that we are currently in.

As entrepreneurial women we are constantly learning and growing. We must ask ourselves to have the courage to do things we have never done before.

Let me explain.

Have you ever felt the task at hand was impossible, only to slowly over time accomplish and then become good at it?

We all have!

As an adult, walking up to a stranger and starting a conversation, at one time, felt like an impossible task. I would stand frozen in fear unable to take the steps to simply walk over and say hello. Over time, like riding a bike, it became a learned skill.

How about speaking or performing on stage?

So many times we have heard, “I could never do that.” The truth is it’s just another learned skill.

So what does any of this have to do with courage and living the life you desire, living a dream lifestyle?

It takes courage to try new things, to fail and try again, yet this is part of entrepreneurial women’s lives.  Entrepreneurial women must develop their courage muscle, one day at a time. Like any muscle in your physical body your courage muscle gets stronger with use.

As entrepreneurial women we have learned to find the courage, and to use fear to expand our comfort zone, we have been able to share more of ourselves, and our skills and talents with the world. Our journey hasn’t been smooth or easy but has been the only way to live our best life, to learn to live our life without limits and have the dream lifestyle we desire.

As always we are here to help you, “live a life without limits.”

How have you developed your courage? We would love to hear about it. Share your comments below and we would love to have you share this post with your family and friends.



To Your Life Without Limits,

Elena & Jean


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4 replies
  1. Shannon
    Shannon says:

    You are a fantastic example of courage Jean. Thanks for the article. I have grown my level of courage by forcing myself to do things that scare me to death:) I would rather be afraid than stuck!

    • Jeanmarie Bills
      Jeanmarie Bills says:

      Thanks Shannon. Thats a good way to think. We all get the choice of being “stuck” or having the courage to build our dream life.

  2. Angie Sanders
    Angie Sanders says:

    Great post. I do cardio. I lift weights. But working out this courage muscle is harder than those two combined. Not sure why, but I’m pushing through each day. Feeling the burn. 🙂 Thanks for the encouragement!

    • Jeanmarie Bills
      Jeanmarie Bills says:

      Your welcome Angie. I agree the courage muscle is the hardest to build but the truth is it’s really easy to maintain. Once you get accustomed to thinking of fear as simply a new level of growth it’s no problem to maintain your courage.


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