February 2012

25
Feb

Segment #2: Hurdle Obstacles and Take Risks

Every behavior a courageous person exhibits is a choice. There is a big difference between knee-jerk reactions, being foolhardy and applying courage consciousness. Choose the risks you take so you can creatively navigate your way around, through, or over any obstacles that cross your path. Courageous people know that mediocrity is the kiss of death, so take the risk and

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19
Feb

What Tim Tebow Can Teach Us About Organizational Leadership

Posted by Nicole Konkoly on December 14, 2011 Christian athlete Tim Tebow, the current starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos, continues to make headlines, not only for his contribution to the team’s recent “miraculous victories”, but for his exceptional leadership qualities. Tebow, recently named one of the Best Leaders of 2011 by a panel of leadership experts, is often recognized

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19
Feb

Segment #1: Affirm Your Strength and Determination

 A courageous individual has learned that courage is acquired by conscious design and that you strengthen it, step by step, choice by choice. One obstacle to courage is inertia. If you fall into a pothole, how long do you take to get out? Question: How do you overcome inertia—a blockage to courage action? Answer: Ask yourself this critical question: Are

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