An important takeaway from this Edge is that you can’t plan to be courageous, but you can choose it. Courage can be learned. People with courage can summon it from within to act in situations of stress, conflict, or ambiguity. Courage can make the difference between talk and action. Courage has nothing to do with physical strength. And we also learn that there are no fearless leaders, but there are courageous ones. To support you in the challenges you face, remember that courage is the ability to take on fear.
When it comes to setting our life and career goals, it’s often our tendency to focus on the “easily measured thing.” We identify metrics, KPIs, and timelines that we feel will help make our goals a reality. But what if the ultimate barriers to achieving our goals aren’t outside, but within us? What if by […]
We all want to achieve more. We want to meet our goals, we want to impress our bosses and peers. We want to check more items off our checklists in less time. Meanwhile, there are thousands upon thousands of books promising to tell us exactly how to do it. But in this issue, we’re focusing […]
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