Case Foundation CEO, Jean Case, announced that she will write a new book about Be Fearless and the fearless individuals, companies and organizations who put those principles into practice to bring about transformational change. Being fearless means setting audacious goals, acting urgently and boldly. It means experimenting, taking risks, being willing to strike unlikely alliances and accepting the possibility of failure while still pressing forward.
We know that there are many individuals and organizations who have lived the principles of Be Fearless through time, but whose story may not be known. People who run a business, lead a nonprofit, have launched a startup, brought us unique inventions or great discoveries. Or those who are just trying to make a difference in their community, but are doing so by boldly embracing the five principles. We want to hear these stories and are collecting them for a chance to feature some of them in Jean’s upcoming book and highlight their work.
That’s why the Case Foundation is launching Finding Fearless, a campaign aimed at finding stories that inspire us all to be bold, take risks and tackle the world’s biggest problems. We are seeking stories of changemakers, big and small—stories that bring the “Be Fearless” principles to life. Are you, someone you know, or your organization being fearless? Tell us about it at the Finding Fearless website. Together, we can find the stories that both embody the Be Fearless principles and can be the inspiration for others to Be Fearless. WATCH as Jean Case shares what it means to Be Fearless HERE.