How to Be Known as a Hero

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It’s hardwired into all of us. At least I hope it’s not just me.

I feel it deep down where stuff really matters. I’m talking about that desire be known as a hero.

As a Catalyst leader pondering how you want to be known, I’m thinking you probably want to be known as a hero, too.

What It takes to Be a Hero

No, I don’t need a cape. I wouldn’t suggest it for you either. As we know from The Incredibles, capes can be complicated things. And I definitely don’t need anything involving spandex. Trust me.

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About Bill Blankschaen

Bill Blankschaen is a writer, author, and speaker who empowers people to live an authentic life with abundant faith. A former pastor, Christian school leader, and master teacher, he is the founder of FaithWalkers (Faithwalkers.com) where he equips Christians to live an authentic life and a blogger on faith and cultural issues at Patheos and TheResurgent.com. He is the author of several books including A Story Worth Telling: Your Field Guide to Living an Authentic Life, What God Wants You to Do Next, The Secret to Explosive Personal Growth, and multiple collaborative books including his latest with co-author Erick Erickson — You Will Be Made to Care: The War on Faith, Family, and Your Freedom to Believe (Regnery, February 22, 2016).
In addition to his own writing and speaking, Bill helps other people and organizations tell their own story in effective ways. He comes alongside authors as a collaborative writer, handcrafts engaging materials as a content creator, and creates an effective brand strategy as a platform developer with his team of creatives and digital technicians. (BillintheBlank.com)


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