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  • Tom Ryan (@tryan2thomas)

    Enjoyed reading, the ability to be heard when it isn’t the popular answer. We need to grow and that takes courage. Thanks Wendy

    January 05, 2013
    • I think “growing” is one of the most courageous things we can do. Thanks for stopping by to comment, Tom.

      January 05, 2013
  • Wendy,

    What an inspiring article!

    When I clicked on the title about courage, I expected something about breaking through our barriers and attempting projects that challenge us. Instead, it’s about speaking our truth.

    Says something about where my head is at right now.

    Thanks,

    Diana

    January 15, 2013
    • Hi Diana,

      Thank you! How nice that you didn’t get what you expected :-) There are many ways of being courageous, but I think one of the most courageous things we can do is be truthful with ourselves and with others. In my years of consulting and coaching, I found this to be key to getting breakthrough results.

      Thanks for stopping by to comment.
      Wendy

      January 15, 2013
  • [...] Wendy Appel drops in from Spain and encourages us to use more courage in 2013.  Do you have the courage to do that? When I need more courage…I will call Wendy for sure.  Just a Little More Courage. [...]

    January 16, 2013
  • Great article it resonates with me. The title got my attention it’s what I say to my self each day as I look in the mirror. The doing more with less way of thought, has simply supplied the courage for change. The courage to tell the truth in what we say and write is the courage the consumer is in search of.

    Thanks for the inspiration. Regards

    March 03, 2013
    • Hi David,
      I appreciate your feedback AND it sounds like you don’t need much inspiration … you are well on your way and already have it (courage)! I wish you well on your “do more with less” journey. Thanks for stopping by.
      Wendy

      March 03, 2013

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