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From the Blog on courage
Too often when we create learning opportunities, expecting bravery. We expect participants to overcome their fear and engage.
More than any characteristic, courage is the most important for leaders and change makers to practice. Courage to take the next step.
You need both courage and patience to create beautiful gardens, but also to impactful organisations.
Courage is not a scarce resource. It is available to us all. And the more we practice it, the stronger it grows. And it is contagious.
The line between hiding and courage is thin. And often it’s only you who know. Do the work (whatever ‘the work’ is for you).
The grief curve and three tips as we are trying figure out new technologies, new routines, new processes, in short, new ways of working.
The start of courage happens inside ourselves. Our brains are wired to protect us, to stay part of the ‘tribe’ as isolation or standing out gets us noticed.
Very few of us have a truly original idea; it is not about making exact copies of the other; but how we mash together ideas and apply them in our context.