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Uncommon Questions to Encourage Risk and Courage at Work and Play


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Playing it safe leads to safe. It rarely leads to Uncommon. A healthy level of risk and a huge dose of courage are needed to achieve breakthrough and transformational results. Sometimes they’re positive, calculated risks. Other times call for stark raving mad risks. Take the leap, you’ll never know what all you can accomplish until you try something you’ve never done. Taking a risk will enable you to step into some of your biggest rewards. Here’s our set of Uncommon Questions to encourage risk and courage.

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Uncommon Questions to Encourage Risk and Courage at Work and Play

  1. 1. How To Use Your UNCOMMON QUESTIONS Download this PDF and print at home or at your local print shop.1 Print the questions on heavy white cardstock if possible.2 Cut the cards to size using scissors or a paper cutter.3 Grab your cards, a few friends and have some uncommon conversations!4
  2. 2. What do you do in the face of fear? BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM What was the last thing you did that scared you? When was the last time you asked for critical feedback? How do you define courage?
  3. 3. Do you work without considering the risks? BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM Define hard work. When was the last time you stayed up all night? Is there power in protest?
  4. 4. Where do courage and fear intersect? BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM BULLDOGDRUMMOND.COM When was the last time you did something nutty?