Being brave looks and feels different to everyone and that's the magic of it, we all have our own unique flavour, comfort zones and intentions. In this episode I give you the top ten bold, brave moves I have made in business to date.

I talk about the bravery behind stepping out on your own and grappling with not having a higher authority or structure to hold you accountable, as well as speaking to the power of doing things before you're ready.
Sit back, relax and get your dose of courage from this week's episode of Brave In Business!

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Bec McFarland is a career and business coach, who is passionate about helping you feel more fulfilled by your work. When she is not working she is... working... or spending time with her husband, family, doggo and bearded dragons.



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