5 Tips for Cultivating Courage

(Combined reading & listening time 1.5 minutes)

Change is hard. There’s been quite a lot of upheaval around here in the last month. Some, but not all, have been changes of my own making. That doesn’t make it any less challenging to adapt to new routines, new ways of doing and being. Part of what I’ve been learning is that keeping my focus on the essential things is the difference between riding the wave or being dumped underneath it. Some things that feel essential actually only have our attention for a season. Others are always important. For me, courage is always important. Sometimes the courageous choice looks like doing less. Sometimes it’s doing things differently or not at all and still others it’s jumping in ready or not.

With that in mind, this week, I thought I’d share my top 5 tips for cultivating courage.

Make the choice to start building courage. Once you’ve chosen to be courageous, every time you’re faced with a decision, you already know you’re going to choose courage. All that’s left, is to figure out what feels like the bravest option for you.

Coming up next week

  • What is the real reason I became a courage coach?
  • What single experience still impacts everything I do more than 35 years later?
  • What were my personal reasons for becoming a first-time blogger at age 48?
  • Discover all these things and more in this candid 20-minute interview with livestream host, brand director and marketer Joie Gharrity, who worked in the Hollywood industry for 15 plus years.

If you’re not on Facebook, I will share the interview here in my blog next week.

Sue Das, CPCC, ACC, B Soc Sc (SW)

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2 thoughts on “5 Tips for Cultivating Courage

  1. Dear Susie

    I so love watching you on u-tube with your encouraging tips!! You look lovely and I can¹t believe that you haven¹t got a Canadian accent after all the years you have lived there!

    Much love and well done Sal Paterson-Tolliss xx

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