To raise brave girls, encourage adventure

This is an am amazing talk from Caroline on the power of bravery in girls. She was the 15th woman in fire station of 1,500 men.
Caroline talks about the importance of risky play in young girls as is encouraged  in boys.
She notices girls are often taught to be timid and afraid of risk. This can play out in later life as women who don’t speak out, use defrance to be liked and lack of self confidence.
Risky play on the other hand is good for all kids. This develops valuable life skills of hazard assessment, delayed gratification , resilience,  confidence trust in  your decisions.
Now don’t get me wrong fear is a useful emotion, she notes. But not if it’s the automatic response to every situation.
If your looking to take #boldchange check out my Live Free Webinar on April 1st.I will share the top strategies you can implement straight away to smash through fear and say no to staying stuck.
See you soon!
S x

#BE BOLD FOR CHANGE

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[LIVE FREE WEBINAR] WILL YOU #BEBOLDFORCHANGE?

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Wednesday, 8 March 2017 from 19:30 to 20:15 (GMT)

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Sharleene Bibbings

If you are a woman professional and you’re committed to going bold in your career in 2017, then you do not want to miss this free live training session. Sharleene is  a leadership coach for women professionals. In honor of International Women’s Day, she will share the top two practical strategies you can implement straight away to smash through fear and say no to staying stuck.

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Dr Sharleene Bibbings