Fear Is Exhausting, Courage Is Exhilarating

Courage isn't necessarily easy, but it can be less exhausting than the alternative.
Christi Hegstad March 26th, 2019
Coaching Tip:
What requires your courage at this time?
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Courage isn’t only applicable in times of physical danger.
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You might need courage to make an important decision, hold a much-needed conversation, step into a leadership role, or speak up in a meeting.
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Courage is not always easy, but like Eleanor Roosevelt suggested, it’s typically easier than spinning in indecision, uncertainty, and fear.
Inspired Action:
This week, choose a courage role model. 
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Who comes to mind when you hear the word ‘courageous’?
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What advice do you think he or she might give you regarding the area in which you currently need courage?
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Consider what wisdom they might offer regarding courage, and begin to apply it. If possible, invite your courage role model out for coffee and get ideas directly from the source!
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Courage, clarity, and confidence go together like spring and sunshine! If you would like to build your courage muscle, contact me today to discuss coaching possibilities!