Inspiration and Sources for the “Authors Dare Greatly” Post

I’ve been pondering my mission here at Someday Box. Yesterday’s post was sparked by others daring greatly.

Best Beloved and I were watching Jonathan Fields chat with Brené Brown on the Good Life Project.

They both dare greatly. The conversation, you may have guessed, fired me up.

Fired. Me. Up.

Daring Greatly is the title of Brené’s latest book. It comes from a Theodore Roosevelt’s speech Citizenship in a Republic delivered at the Sorbonne, in Paris, France on 23 April, 1910. Here’s the bit you may have heard before:

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