Courage Blog

2
Apr

Root of Courage

Root of Courage One of the four cardinal virtues of the Classical world, courage has diminished in importance in these postmodern times as most people equate this important virtue with acts of bravado in the face of fear. By limiting courage in this way, we fail to perceive the courageous aspects of exploring new ideas for a project, breaking from

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24
Mar

Embrace Your Courage During Times of Uncertainty

The biggest obstacle faced by today’s employees can be summed up in two words: unprecedented uncertainty. Failure to acknowledge this new reality is to live in denial and risk not just personal success but a company’s success and survival. Thinking differently and being willing to challenge self-doubt during times of uncertainty requires courage. We all know that uncertainty is an

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10
Mar

4 Steps to Becoming a Courageous Leader

Decision points compose a person’s life. They expose how you shift your scripts and step up the next rung of the ladder. This ancient Chinese Proverb rings in my heart: “He who hesitates before each step spends his life on one leg.” Try these exercises to flush out your scripts: Think of a situation where you were proud of yourself.

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28
Feb

Simple Courage Offers an Opportunity for Reflection and No Regrets

Occasionally something makes me stop and reflect on the lost courage I have accumulated in my life. Much of the accumulative suffering is couched in regrets. Regrets represent lost courage, usually layered in blame. Do you have the courage to confront this question: “What percentage of your spirit is filled with regrets?

27
Jan

Want to know the Key Traits Linking Courage to Success?

At the end of your life, your final defining moment will reveal your integral level of courage consciousness. People Who Exhibit Higher Integral Levels of Courage Consciousness: 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 diagram. They have a fierce resolve to act and

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13
Jan

Are You a Word En-courager?

When a woman undermines another woman we undermine ALL women. Are you “a word en-courager”–one who lifts the spirit of another woman or do you practice and perpetuate “woman’s inhumanity to woman?” Take the time to lift the spirit of a precious woman. #courage #couragecoach #couragespeaker

1
Dec

Who’s in Control of Your Life?

A female coaching client shared with me that she feels her life seems to belong to someone else. She said, “Many times, I feel that I am ‘doing’ everything I don’t really want to do. I always wonder: Where did the time go? Who’s in control of my life?” Welcome to the culture you (we) created! There’s only one enemy

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3
Nov

Feminine Energy: A Force to Be Reckoned With

Our feminine energy is the power of our hearts and spirits to choose courage as a way of living. Choosing courage means not needing to be defined by the opinions of others or to gain the approval of others. Each journey begins by choosing new thoughts and attitudes and describing them through language. Conscious choice requires taking responsibility for the

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16
Oct

How to Catch a Little Courage for a New Career

Sold your soul (again!)? Call it what you want, but you know the feeling. You’ve been at your job for over five years and you’re stuck. It’s all you talk about—how you’re uninspired, how your talents aren’t appreciated, how you feel invisible …. But talk is cheap, and if you don’t step up and do something about it (updating your

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10
Oct

Simple Courage Offers an Opportunity for Reflection and No Regrets

Once in a while something makes me stop and reflect on the lost courage I have accumulated in my life. Much of the accumulative suffering is couched in regrets. Regrets represent lost courage, usually layered in blame. Do you have the courage to confront this question: “What percentage of your spirit is filled with regrets?