How do you define yourself? This is an important question that requires reflection. For example, do you perceive the steps in your life as courageous, or does your ego’s perception of life as survival define your existence? To change this perception requires you to stop, embrace the present and seek the support of others who refuse to encourage your
How many of these examples do you display daily? They are willing to give themselves permission to claim their courage. They distinguish and aptly apply the 12 behaviors of courage found on the Source Wheel. They have a fierce resolve to act and to be advocates (BTW, mentors see associates to the threshold of power; advocates apply action
Courage leadership is a lifestyle choice. Ask yourself: “Why would I want to exhibit the efficiency that courage leadership enables?” You will discover that there is an direct correlation between your “courage quotient” and your “success quotient.” When you begin to live in the present you can recognize when you are selling your soul. For example, people assume that
“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.” From FACE IT! 12 Courageous Actions that Bring Success at Work and
Courage is your birthright! What would motivate you to explore today where this ancient virtue fits into your work life? Once “groomed,” courage becomes a resource to draw from at work and at home, and it is easily transferred to others just by using the word.
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma –which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly
Smart, courageous and innovative, Linda Paralez holds a Ph.D. and is the president of her own company. With twenty-five years of leadership experience across a broad spectrum of industries, Linda radiates success. Each fall, Linda challenges herself. She takes a “self-exploration” vacation to Wyoming. There, surrounded by the Grand Teton Mountains, she ponders a new agenda for that year.