True courage comes from a place deep within each of us, not from synapses firing based on intellectual prowess, education, titles or credentials. Courage is much more than brains or mental capabilities, it is a discipline. Demonstrating courageous leadership at work and living a courageous life come from an energy springing from an individual’s deepest values, motivation, and attitudes:
“If we measured all the steppingstones in our lives (the good, the bad and the ugly) as courage, we would diminish suffering and consistently validate our true Self.” Courageously yours, Sandra
“In a state of Being, you identify with your deeper Self and claim the courage that empowers you to confront others’ limiting perceptions; paradoxically, it also allows you to let go of your attachment to those perceptions and move beyond them.” — Sandra Ford Walston, writes in FACE IT!
“Make courage your daily legacy.” “Courage will never be an APP. It’s an INside job!” “Neglecting your courage is as easy as accepting a low salary, knowing all along that you are being undervalued.” “Life is too short to be anything but courageous.” “Courage not only represents the crucial first step into an empowering, truth-based existence, it also opens the
Debunking a few myths about courage in the workplace. Myth #1: Most people display courage at work. Demonstrating courage in the workplace is a lot like implementing ethical standards — most people tend to follow. In recent years, loads of stories surfaced about employees being told to do something unethical and then doing it in spite of the obvious issues.
A critical shift in behavior occurs when a person develops a high level of courage consciousness. Why? Courage consciousness not only represents the crucial first step into an empowering, truth-based existence, it also opens the door to higher levels of consciousness and personal empowerment characterized by humility, grace, serenity, moderation and love. When we respond to problems from the