May 2010

29
May

You Have Arrived!

What does “you have arrived” mean? You have arrived means you stop sabotaging your life by worrying too much to prove your worth. For my work in courage, to know “you’ve already arrived…” means the person lives a “courage-centered” life—it’s intentional, and declared from the heart!  The most critical issue as you embrace this forgotten virtue is to give yourself

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14
May

How to Apply Courage-Based Decisions with a “Big Shot”

Now that I shared my rookie story in my previous blog posting about confronting Mr. Big Shot,  what is the key ingredient to my life lesson? Courage! Don’t ever consider selling your soul or swallowing your voice for a piece of business, even if it looks like “the big one!” The key to securing the right type of business is

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2
May

Dealing with “Mr. Big Shot”—How to Stay Centered in Personal Courage

One of the first life lessons of my career also made the biggest impression. Maybe you recall one of those types of stories in your life. I had taken a job as an entry-level business development officer for a small start-up bank in West Los Angeles. My job responsibilities consisted of qualifying, securing and transferring profitable clients in the bank’s

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