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Six Key Forms of Courage

Wednesday February 10, 2021

1. The Courage to Trust Your Selves

  • The Courage to Trust Past Self
  • The Courage to Trust Current Self
  • The Courage to Trust Future Self

2. The Courage to Discover and Discard the Standard Self

  • The Courage to Listen to Outside Perspectives
  • The Courage to Discover the Standard Self
  • The Courage to Discard and Move Beyond the Standard Self

3. The Courage to Try Again What Didn’t Work for You Before

  • The Courage to Break from Patterns Set by Past Contexts
  • The Courage to Interrogate the Method, Context, and Plan
  • The Courage to Raise Awareness to Observation toward Improvement

4. The Courage to Follow the Appropriate Path while Anticipating Trouble

  • The Courage to Anticipate and Prepare for Trouble
  • The Courage to Trust One’s Own Response to Trouble
  • The Courage to Learn Lessons from Responding to Trouble and Rise Again

5. The Courage to Support Others’ Paths

  • The Courage to Trust Outside-self Paths
  • The Courage to Understand Outside-self Paths
  • The Courage to Support Outside-self Paths

6. The Courage to Bring Form to New Energy

  • The Courage to Produce New Energy
  • The Courage to Publish New Energy
  • The Courage to Refine and Redouble the Spread of New Energy

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