Stop playing safe

What could you accomplish if you were more courageous?

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Margie Warrell

Never has it been more important for you to rethink risk, embrace uncertainty and challenge what's possible.

We live in a culture that breeds fear and drives us to play safe, avoid change and settle for less than we want or are capable of achieving. Yet when fear runs most rampant, courageous action reaps the greatest rewards. Stop Playing Safe is your guidebook to being more purposeful in what you do, and more courageous in how you do it.

Margie shares why you need to stop playing safe

Author Margie Warrell discusses why you need to challenge your assumptions about what is possible for you, engage in more courageous conversations, and stop playing so safe.

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Where is playing safe limiting your success?

Achieving the fulfillment and success you want in life requires overcoming your innate aversion to risk. It takes courage. Courage to challenge the status quo. Courage to make a stand and speak up. Courage to risk failing or looking foolish. Courage to refuse to buy into the fears that drive so many people to settle, think small and play safe.

So, what's stopping you?

Drawing from the latest research plus interviews with highly successful leaders and entrepreneurs, Stop Playing Safe will give you the practical tools and inspiration you need to enjoy greater confidence, fulfilment and success in your work and life.

  • define your sense of purpose and pursue more inspiring goals
  • embrace a 'Courage Mindset' to speak up with confidence in every situation
  • navigate uncertainty with clarity and be more decisive in adversity
  • conquer fear of failure and bounce back from setbacks with greater resilience
  • strengthen your leadership ability and expand your influence regardless of position
  • build a culture of courage in your workplace that improves bottom line results

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Book reviews

"Stop Playing Safe will help you harness the courage to take the risks that make sense - and give you the success you want.”

Randy Gage, New York Times bestselling author of Risky Is the New Safe

"This book provides a roadmap to navigate uncertainty and find the courage to create meaningful changes in your workplace, career and life."

Rebecca Heino, Professor of Management, Georgetown University

"Adapting to change an taking chances are critical to your success. This book will help you with both."

Jon Gordon, Bestselling author of The Energy Bus and The Seed.

"“One of those rare books that is at once original, inspirational, and above all, useful."

Bill Treasurer, President of Giant Leap Consulting and author, Courage Goes to Work.

"Practical, powerful, and inspiring - a guidebook you can't afford not to read. In fact, everyone in your company should too!"

Suzi Pomerantz, Bestselling author and CEO of Innovative Leadership International.

About Margie

Margie Warrell is a Forbes Columnist, best-selling author, popular keynote speaker, media commentator and internationally recognized thought leader in human potential.

Founder of Global Courage, Margie walks her talk when it comes to living boldly. An intrepid traveller and the mother of four noisy children, Margie has often ventured off the beaten path since her childhood growing up as the big sister of seven kids on a dairy farm in rural Australia.

Today, Margie draws on her background in coaching, psychology and working with Fortune 500 companies to support individuals and organizations globally to expand their vision, engage in bigger conversations, seize opportunity in adversity and lead with greater purpose and courage.

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