Courage is the faith you did not know you had until you needed it
Courage is intentional. Knowing to do the right thing and acting righteously, understanding the personal consequences, but taking the action to make things better in the face of risk.
Lead the WHAT and the WHO will follow
Buying in to the message leads to inspiration, enrollment, and engagement. Leaders walk their talk, or no one follows.
Boldly go because each moment is a new destination, and each destination reveals a new horizon.
Welcome the surprises
Surprise wakes us up from whatever business as usual mindset we were in. The surprise makes us more alert, and we might take a closer look.
Courage takes heart
Whenever you must find the extra energy you need to persist in the face of doubt, courage shows up for the INPowered.
Be a courageous learner
It takes courage to share new learning. You might be scoffed and ridiculed because others don’t get it.
INLightenment can be both liberating and terrifying
INLightenment requires a truth teller and a willing listener.
Impossible or I’m possible. Decide which.
Rather than write a goal statement, I should write myself a challenge, “My mission, should I choose to accept it is to . . . then fill in the blank.
Truth is like finding gold
There can be so much information that obstructs and distracts that the truth of a matter is not immediately obvious.
Dare we hold ourselves to the highest ethical and moral standards in governing, business, and personal conduct?
To Live INPowered, we must find a way to cut loose from the mental and emotional ties that hold us from reaching our goals.
Learn and practice escape moves
Learning how to get out of trouble is as important as learning how to avoid trouble in the first place.