A few years ago, I found myself stuck in a place many young adults do nowadays. I couldn’t find a career that matched my passion, I hated the idea of being limited to a “work-until-you-die” lifestyle, and I couldn’t have the free, experience-filled life I wanted because I didn’t know how to create it. So two years ago, after being inspired by the Lorde song – Bravado, I decided I was done living a mediocre life. Now I want to help other young adults do the same.
Bravado is a mindset shift to initially fake your bravery in order to create your desired reality. It is those moment where your heart threatened to burst through your rib cage and your palms are slick with sweat, and you ask yourself why you ever tried to go after your crazy dreams in the first place… and yet, you still stand tall, look the world in the eye, and show them what you’ve got. Bravado is about following your passions, embracing uncertainty, and choosing opportunity over fear every time.
And who am I? I’m Taylor Harrison and I believe that life is way to short to be lived with regrets. I do my best to live boldly every day so that when I look back in 5 or 10 years, I can say that I followed my own path instead of trying to live up to other’s expectations. I study psychology and use what I’ve learned to help others live unapologetic lives. I live by the quote, “You are Entirely up to You”, meaning that its your responsibility to make your life an extraordinary one. The possibilities in life are endless once you realize that you get to write your own life story, so make it a good one.
If you’re ready to start you own path to an authentic life, I invite you to join my new course, How to Have Bravado. This course contains straight forward and simple actions that you can use to fuel your new life today. Covering topics like identifying your passions, living intentionally, and overcoming your fears, this free course will bridge the gap between ‘who you are’ and ‘who you want to be’. If you are tired of your average and uninspired life sign up now. Your future self will thank you.