It Takes Dissatisfaction
Some Called it Courage
March 5, 1955 while boarding the bus to head home after a disappointing day at school, 15-year-old Claudette muttered the words “It’s not right”. She sat in a seat that was off-limits to her and with her arms crossed continued to grumble just a little over a whisper “it’s not right”.
The first step in gaining courage to move forward in your career, community, or family commitments is the acknowledgement of “it’s not right”. This acknowledgement must get to the point that it creeps out of your heart from the depths of your soul and into your actions.
Meet me Tuesday morning at 6:30am (Pacific Time) on your phone and we will spend 35 minutes discussing the first step in acquiring the courage to move forward in your career, community, and your family commitments.
Call me at 805.399.1000 and use your participation code of 593915 and lets spend 35 minutes together discovering what every great change agent has experienced just prior to gaining the courage to move forward.
I am Matt, and I am your friend