What The Dictionary Won’t Tell You About Being Fearless

If you look up the word, fearless, in the dictionary, then you will see the following:

  1. Without fear.



Derived Terms



See Also




Not to say this isn’t accurate.  The definition is super accurate but there should be some sort of warning label.  Or maybe a See Also Fearless Living section.  The section could basically prepare you for whats’ to come should you choose that route.  I never looked up the actual definition of the word prior to my fearless journey not that it would’ve changed my decision.  But now that I’m well into it, curiosity led me to look up how it’s defined in the dictionary.  But instead of appreciating the information it gave, I found myself analyzing what was missing.  Which is why I recommend a warning label.  Something along the lines of:

See Also

Fearless Living

image of two women holding living the fearless life signs fashion not fear

After clicking on Fearless Living, you can see some of the potential side effects of living fearlessy…

See Side Effects

Sleepless nights

Tearful days & nights

Constant doubt

Continuous worry

May negatively impact income

May lead to loss of family & friends

Stress-related issues such as grinding teeth, loss of hair, headaches, weight loss, weight gain, etc

Take it from a former corporate rat who abruptly left a high paying job to pursue her passion….I know about the side effects of living fearlessy.  Nevertheless, it is one helluva ride and I wouldn’t change a thing!


Do you agree with the need of a Warning Label?  What word would you add a warning label to and what would it be?  Leave your thoughts in the comments…

Stay Fearless 💋

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