If you were to approach most people and ask what specific action would bring them closer to their goals, my sense is most would have a ready answer. The steps required to […]
Which Forms of Courage Do You See In Yourself?
Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Nancy Seibel, M.Ed., NCC, BCC. From the series’ earliest films to the latest and last, the Star Wars movies’ portrayals of courage have awed me […]
Prove Your Yaysayers Right
It’s natural to lean on proving people wrong as a motivation to show up and do the work. They always said you couldn’t do it. They always said it couldn’t be done. […]
Get Up and Take Care of Your People
Editor’s note: I recorded this as a podcast long after I originally published this post. I hope you enjoy it, and if you’d like to hear more episodes of the Productive Flourishing podcast, you’ll […]
What Makes an Act Courageous?
This last week has been a bit strange on the writing front – I’ve mentally written a lot of posts, but I haven’t actually written them. Now we’ll just have to see […]
12 Ways to Practice Courage
In my overview of Aristotelian ethics, I noted that we become more virtuous through practice. This post gives activities and suggestions that help you practice courage. The virtues are interconnected in a […]