Reflections About The Connections Among Goals, Courage & Honour

Here is another inspirational quote to trigger reflective thoughts on the theme courage, since this time of the year often brings new, ambitious plans:

It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. Confucius

Change takes time. There will most likely be periods of lower activity and set-backs.

To have reasonable expectations of what a realistic change process looks like will impact whether we continue or give up.

You will never do anything in this world without courage. It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honour. Aristotle

When we make changes, we should also give ourselves credit for trying. We have been brave, since change is hard. The brain prefers the autopilot.

Honour can be thought of as reminding us of the importance of remembering that we have a choice of how we make these changes, which in turn impact the change process. Some ways are more satisfying than others.

To consider:

How do you view change?

What are you doing right now that demands courage?

How do you feel about the way you talk to yourself and others when making changes?

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