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Six-Word Stories: Brave


July 26, 2017 | Written by Canyon Creative

Brave by definition means “to endure or face unpleasant conditions or behavior without showing fear; ready to face or endure danger or pain; showing courage.” Whether you are venturing out for the first time to start your own business, defending your country, or taking the leap and moving across the country without knowing anyone, we encourage you to be brave, venture into the unknown, and share your own six-word story!

Take the leap. It’s worth it.

Dream the impossible. Then do it.

Don’t be afraid. It’ll be OK.

Ready, set, go conquer the world.

Stand tall, no fear, and achieve.

Venture out on your own. Now.

Bravery sometimes takes really big balls.

Most acts of bravery go unnoticed.

Soldiers, firefighters, police officers, and parents.

Being scared doesn’t negate being brave.

Lion's mouth or den. Stay strong!

Be the heroine, not the victim.

Breathe... Hang on one minute longer.

Cultivate resilience and bravely move forward.

Beneath the courage dwells unknown power.

Destroy the concrete walls blocking you.

Move across country. Start a business. 

Sacrifice for your country every day.

Wear the badge of honor daily.

Just JUMP! It will be ok.

Never say you can't. YOU CAN.

Don’t doubt yourself; just go! 

The unknown can best surprise you.


Now, it's your turn!
Use the form below to tell us your six-word tale.

Written by Canyon Creative

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