All your actions reflect who you are and what you stand for. If you’re repeating a certain behavior that you don’t like, don’t editorialize! Look inside and ask, “What old script needs adjusting?” To move out of an old “B movie” that old scripts inflict, sharpen your skills and abilities through education, reading and training, and surround yourself with the kind of people you want to learn from—the people that epitomize higher levels of courage consciousness.
Three Questions: (1) When was the last time you learned something new? (2) When was the last time you discarded an unhealthy relationship? (3) When was the last time you had a self-awareness insight?
Answer: Self-doubt keeps a person in StuckThinking™. When it comes to defeating the incessant chatter that consumes our false self/ego and creates self-doubt, discover the crucial manifestation of the courage action that requires you to establish higher standards. That’s what former CEO Katherine Graham did when she courageously stepped up the leadership ladder to take over the Washington Post in 1963.
The quote to prominently post for the week: Clare Boothe Luce: “Courage is the ladder on which all the other virtues mount.”
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