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Win a Copy of The 7 Acts of Courage

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Win a Copy of the Book that Started the Movement.

For more than thirty years now I have been writing, talking, coaching, and consulting on the need for organizations, communities, families, and individuals to develop the courage to live and lead more wholeheartedly.

That theme takes on an increased urgency with the horrific events that have occurred recently around the world. As we move forward, we will need more not less courage, as well as more wholehearted leadership.

All of us, no matter where we live, are challenged to find the courage to not only see the starkness of current reality, but also to have the courage to dream of a better world and act on that dream.

Be the change you want to see in the world. -Mahatma Gandhi | theactsofcourage.com

The 7 Acts of Courage provides illuminating stories on the efficacy of courage in arenas ranging from the deeply personal to family life to organizations and society. It also offers clear, practical guidelines and exercises to help you develop your Courage Quotient Index (CQI). Take it to heart and you will find yourself living and leading more wholeheartedly.

If this sounds like a book that might have a positive impact on your life right now, enter to win a free copy!

Here’s how to win a copy of The 7 Acts of Courage:

Log in to the little widget below (which will ensure that we can contact you if you win). You will be prompted to:

  • Read my most recent blog post, False Choice and the Failure of Imagination, then answer this question in the comment section of that post: What situation in your life right now could be helped by looking beyond false choice and using your imagination?
  • After leaving your comment, come back here and mark complete in the widget below.

That’s it. After indicating that you’ve answered the question, you will be given several options for extra entries. Complete as many as you like. Each one will earn you one more entry.

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This giveaway is open until Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 at 12:00AM MST.  The Winner will be chosen randomly. We will email the winner and if the winner doesn’t respond in 48 hours, a new winner will be chosen.

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      Laura
      Hopefully you are staying up on the rules of the road and will do a little practice driving before you try any long trips. If you like to drive and are safe doing it, then honor your desire and get back to it. If you need help, ask for support from those who can best help you move forward.

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      Calvin

      It is never too late. One lady I worked with went back to College in hear 70’s and I know of people entering medical school in their 50’s. It is never to late to be the person you were meant to be or to do some of the things you came here to do.

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      Maxwell
      People have written to me and said it saved their marriage, or transformed the way they approached work and in one case, how it saved a life. I believe it helps people to step into the center of who they are and then to act with courage (all of the difference ACTS of courage) to claim and create they life desired. I do know that it can transform lives when taken to heart and applied.

  1. beside that i don’t feel good about myself. i didn’t graduate two times in my country and which made me really depressed, my mom lost faith in me and she cried two times after hearing the news, my father wanted to kick me out and started yelling at me for not winning it and calling me stupid (my father dropped out of school so that’s why he doesn’t think when he talks lol) in the same year i lost the love of my life after making promises that we will get married and live forever together (relationship goals-kinda) but that happened before my exam. and i have really weak heart and get really depressed sometimes if i’m alone i sometimes think of killing myself, what stops me is my mom and the things i’ll miss if i’m gone. i love my family and i love life. been searching forever for a book that suits me and i’m happy i found one in your giveaway. i will be forever in your debt if you grant me this precious book.

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      Mounir
      I believe the book can help. I have now worked with people for more than forty years – people in the worst situations in life such as being imprisoned and those who seem to have it all such as CEOs. I keep finding that it is the internal attitude we set that determines how high we can actually fly in life. The set point for your mind makes all of the difference. You have been handed some very difficult situations and disappointments – AND, THEY DO NOT DEFINE YOU. What if you were to begin to imagine that you were an immense being of great power and gifts who came into this world to learn about limitations, pain and disappointment so that you could HELP others to recover and move beyond their pain? Please be more loving and gentle with yourself. It may not feel like it, but you deserve love and happiness in living. If you open yourself to divine imagination and to focusing on what is good and right, you will then find ways to build on that and experience more joy in living. I will check with my agent here and hopefully you will be getting a copy of the book in the near future.

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      Sylvia, we tend to see what we look for in life. Try this exercise: find 5 things in your life to be grateful for and express that gratitude out loud. For example, “Thank you that I can see the colors of the day. Thank you that I can walk to the corner and back. Thank you that I can hear the song of birds. Thank you that I have people in my life who love me. Thank you that I have food to eat.” These are just a few expressions of gratitude that can really open up your sense of enjoying life and will shift your perspective. I spend at least 5 minutes every morning and sometimes also in the evening expressing gratitude for all of the above and much more.

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      Susan
      The only thing that can’t truly change is when we give up hope and tell ourselves it can not be better. The way you focus you mind and what you do with your time, engaging your heart can make a huge difference. Use your divine imagination: “What would the wisest being you can imagine have to say to you about what could be done?”

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