Practicing courage when others criticize

Practicing courage when others criticize

Several years ago, someone who was angry with me told me–as a reference to my own behavior–that she “didn’t understand any woman who was insecure, much past the age of eighteen.” At the time, I was twenty-eight. In the immediate moments after...
the true key to success: the courage to commit

the true key to success: the courage to commit

“Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, the providence moves too. A whole stream of events issues from the...
Redefining security

Redefining security

I met a nurse who had recently moved to San Francisco. I asked where she worked, and she said that she was still looking. There were few nursing jobs available. This got me to thinking about “security.” Ten years ago, I remember hearing a lot about the “nursing...
the proof that your big dream is actually possible

the proof that your big dream is actually possible

I was at a party, recently. At this party, collectively, there was a best-selling author. Someone else had just inked a book deal. A few someones were pregnant. Someone else lead a sold-out mastermind. Someone else had major speaking gigs. Someone else had had their...
Kate Northrup & the courage to get your money house in order

Kate Northrup & the courage to get your money house in order

How we use money is a reflection of how powerful we feel. Before a life coaching client begins working with me, I give them The Courageous Questions, a deep inquiry into who they are in the right-here, right-now. I ask about money on the pre-session questions. I want...
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