For centuries humankind has glorified courage as the quintessential ingredient to overcome fear. Like the archetypical hero, courage arrives for many different reasons. For some it was the cause. Names etched in history, such as Joan of Arc, Socrates, Galileo Galilei, Nelson Mandela, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Rosa Parks and Emmeline Pankhurst were driven by a higher purpose. Though for most, courage has a universal purpose — to triumph over fear. Read more
It’s amazing how just one tiny, two letter word can stop a person in their tracks. You guessed it – that word is ‘NO.’ While NO stops us, YES moves us forward.
A courageous women attended our Speaking with Confidence course because she decided to stop saying ‘no’ and like Jim Carey in the movie “Yes Man,” started saying ‘yes’ instead. Her world evolved beautifully and magically as that powerful word increased her courage. Read more