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- n. The quality of being fearless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being fearless; freedom from fear; courage; boldness; intrepidity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the trait of feeling no fear
- n. feeling no fear
And the message of the book is that every time we take a step towards where we want to go, even when we are afraid, we build what I call a fearlessness muscle.
And, by word and by deed, she regularly demonstrated the value of having a support group of family and friends -- what I call my "fearlessness tribe" -- in place to give you honest feedback, to support you when the going gets tough, to help salve your wounds... and, just as importantly, to help you celebrate and appreciate the good times too.
There is a certain fearlessness associated with entrepreneurs.
Come back next week for part two of our two part interview with Eugenia Lovett West where she shares tips and techniques for mystery novelists and also about how important fearlessness is when writing a novel.
Instead, the crux of his approach is a certain fearlessness in asking questions, a refusal to dismiss any option as simply taboo.
Not only because we admire Arianna Huffington as a fearless entrepreneur, but it is hard to imagine something that requires more long-term fearlessness than striking out on your own.
Fundamental change also requires a certain fearlessness, of course and a real willingness to trust the public â€ both qualities lacking from the current CBS approach.
In her thinking, however, the demand for fearlessness is first and foremost a general demand, a demand on all of us.
The reason is simply the reputation, the prestige this Service has built up for absolute fearlessness from the very first.
There's technique, attitude and a certain fearlessness.