From the Veni Vidi Vici at the Battle of Zela to anthem kneeling at the modern days NFL, to brag makes you powerful when the other side is 10 to 1 against. That said, bragging is at the service of your “self” as much as of to lead a war or start a cause. Say what you are, what you did, high and loud. Be the best of you. And be prepared. Because when you brag, people will notice you, will charge on you, challenge you. And maybe follow. Days of glory are fulfilled by bragging. But as well as the battlegrounds of fallen. Because to brag is never innocent nor uncompromised, remember… you are accountable! To brag can also be abuse, a weakness to compare and diminish. Instead, brag to empower those who are with you. And fight. Hard and right. So, in the end, kneeling in defeat or blessing will never dim your glory. You are a Bandeirante in Pilgrim’s lands, 400 years delayed, but not late yet. Brag is the leap of faith in yourself. Jump in with us and let’s brag more!