Courage Blog


Living with Regrets

Are you living each day in your true Self so that when your time comes to pass you will not be filled with regrets? Read this article and share:


This Moment

“Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand–and melting like a snowflake.” — Sir Francis Bacon


May I Live

 “May I live this day Compassionate of heart, Clear in word, Gracious in awareness, Courageous in thought, Generous in love.” – John O’ Donohue  


Wish I’d Had More Courage

“No one has looked back sadly on a life full of experiences, but many look back wishing they had had the courage to do more.” — Anonymous



To be creative you need to be about change. To be about change you need courage.


Is Courage Important at Work?

In today’s business world, the importance of everyday courage cannot be over-emphasized, especially for those of us who must balance the demands of family and career. Consider these very real situations. • Behind closed doors, a manager bullies and denigrates an employee. • The best-qualified person is passed over for a promotion (again). • An employee realizes that he has

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Courage: Hitting the Bull’s-Eye

Hitting the bull’s-eye means being on target. English longbow yeomen in small hamlets often held archery practice after church services, the only time when many of them could gather. A common target was the white skull of a bull, and the greatest skill was illustrated by getting a bull’s eye. Before practicing the skills needed to hit the bull’s-eye in

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Living with Uncertainty

Yesterday, one of my yogi friends shared that he had pancreatic cancer and he would be starting radiation and chemo. At 62 and a fit athlete, I thought about my research on uncertainty. I discovered that there are 12 obstacles to courage with 12 matching/complimentary courage actions. One of the 12 obstacles is uncertainty. If we become adults or mature,

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I Am Grateful! And You?

I am grateful for those enlightened souls whose contributions create a shift in world consciousness. I am grateful for those who display basic values of social grace. I am grateful for the holy moments that appear when I stop to be present to the beauty that surrounds me. I am grateful to know that new possibilities are waiting to be

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Imposter Syndrome: “Am I A Fraud”?

A courage coaching client wrote, “I wish I had time to read something other than curriculum and educational philosophy as I prepare for these workshops. Last night I had a very long, vivid dream where I was assigned five educational foundation/conceptual philosophy books to read and create five units for a presentation. I remember in my dream feeling very stupid

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