Courage Blog

22
May

Spring, a Time to Renew One’s Spirit: Applying Courageous Will

Spring is a time of rebirth, renewal and optimism for a beautiful life—one that is filled with heart and spirit—the etymology of the word courage. Spring is a time to die to the false Self and welcome the true Self. Planting a seed in your spirit called “courageous will” supports you to grow and rejoice allowing you to awaken this

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19
May

Mother’s Day, An Important Reminder Why Moms Need to Validate Their Children’s Courage

This Mother’s Day Is An Important Reminder Why Moms Need to Validate Their Children’s Courage Published May 12, 2017 at 10:00 am on Girl Talk HQ–thank you Asha Dahya  Angela Cortez’s sixteen-year-old daughter had an eye-opening experience when her mom mustered her courage to share that when Chantal was a little girl they had lived on food stamps. Angela also shared

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10
May

Arising Presence

“The arising of Presence is no longer a luxury; it’s a necessity for the survival of humanity.” —Eckhart Tolle   Share on bebo Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on fark Share on FriendFeed Share on Linkedin share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Buzz it up Subscribe to the comments on

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2
May

Courage Opens All Doors!

“In oneself lies the whole world, and if you know how to look and learn, the door is there and the key is in your hand. Nobody on earth can give you either the key or the door to open, except yourself.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti “When one door closes, another door opens,” states an old adage. How many of us

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8
Apr

12 Interview Questions to Flush Out Courageous Leadership Skills

  Traditional interview skills used to seek how the candidate would handle a situation in the future. Now, behavioral interview skills ask a potential candidate how they handled a situation in the past. In the behavioral interview, the interviewer has decided on the skills they are seeking and assess, based on the responses, how you behaved. What if you aspired

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31
Mar

Courage Taught or Learned?

Courage Taught or Learned? My research demonstrates that courage exists within each of us, and I believe that courage is your birthright! When you allow your courage to surface, you learn to cultivate and nurture it. How you learn to recognize and manifest your courage does not really matter. What matters is your receptivity. That being said, having a parent

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8
Mar

The Tonic Called Courage—How Elizabeth Fry (1780–1845) Transformed the Women’s Prison

Born into a happy and prosperous English family, this deeply inspired nineteenth-century Quaker woman shifted her focus from a life of privilege to the invisible lives of the unwanted and despised. With principled persistence, practicality and deep-felt convictions, she followed her heart and changed how underprivileged women were incarcerated. Elizabeth Gurney Fry (1780–1845) developed her public career at Quaker meetings

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4
Mar

Do You Know the Facets of Courage?

To recognize courage, it helps to distinguish the various facets of courage. Some of us manifest certain types of courage well but come up short in other areas. Try to detect which elements you exhibit and which courage features need to be unleashed in your life. Spiritual courage. The spiritual journey requires being in the present. It is a trust

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23
Feb

Psychological Freedom—The Courage to Step Up the Leadership Ladder

Freedom has so many connotations. How would a courageous employee define freedom? I had to stop and think about this. I know a courageously observant person reevaluates their identity to discover what is true and vital, and then summons their courage to step up the leadership ladder. The opposite of this would be the employee (regardless of title) who stays

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10
Feb

Viktor Frankl: Make Courage Your Daily Legacy

  It’s hard to imagine a more fitting example of courage than Viktor Frankl. He made courage his daily legacy, and he still challenges us long after his death, asking the question, “What is the meaning of your life?” Few people can match Viktor Frankl’s courage, and in a life rife with ambiguity he did not hesitate to confront uncomfortable

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