Today, more than ever, women will have to make tough choices based on contradictory advice. What can you do about this dilemma, and how can you determine where you’re stuck in the decision-making process? Most of us are stuck in one place or another whether it’s denial, uncertainty or blame. If we look to the pages of history, we find
True fear is a survival signal that sounds only in the presence of danger; yet, our culture is stuck in the creation of dualities, such as courage or fear (good/bad, pretty/ugly, peace/war, etc.). In other words, you can’t have courage without fear. Not true! Let’s say you’re an entrepreneur. You go to work and learn your biggest client has
“Every disability is imagined. Every achievement an experience. Develop your courage to overcome your imagined disability.” ~ Yogi Bhajan
I received recently an email from a woman that read, “I had a thought burst forth from within and it went something like this: WOW! I am going through so many personal changes that require one common thread…courage! I wonder is there is such a thing as a ‘courage coach?’ Just remember: courage is an inside job!