“We seek mirrors of what we determine to be the essence of our personal life stories, such as ‘I am unworthy of success.’ We live and die in the mirrors we create for ourselves on our journeys.” From COURAGE: The Heart and Spirit of Every Woman
Your courage resides in places where you shared an open heart, or experienced something truly pivotal. Did you muster your courage to take that action this week?
History frequently glorifies the wrong individuals while overlooking the courageous acts of everyday people. Through intimidation, social, political and religious powerbrokers control perceptions and perpetuate the stories that serve their agendas. Few human beings have ever faced the level of intimidation (one of twelve obstacles to courageous leadership) that Dietrich Bonhoeffer faced in Nazi Germany. A German pastor and
The definition of courage is “heart and spirit.” Your badge of courage logo: “I wear my heart on my sleeve.” Your courage resides in these places—where you shared an open heart, or experienced something truly pivotal. Research has shown that 75 percent of employees in America today are not engaged at work. They show up for the paycheck but
“We have all invested much time in a false identity, and in order to live in everyday courage—from our heart and spirit, our true Self—we must invite some form of stopping. And just because we do not invite it willingly does not mean we can avoid it.” — FACE IT!