Clarity is not out there somewhere, waiting for us to find it.
Clarity is within us, waiting for us to cultivate it.
— The Courage Practice
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COURAGEOUS CLARITY

As Marie Forleo beautifully states,

'Clarity comes from engagement, not thought.'

We must engage to cultivate clarity. We must act.

But what exactly do we engage? 

In 12 years of coaching, The Courage Practice has found five essential engagements consistently occur when cultivating clarity in a genuine way.

THE FIVE ESSENTIAL ENGAGEMENTS TO CULTIVATING CLARITY

1. THE ENGAGEMENT OF OUR VALUES

2. THE ENGAGEMENT OF OUR BELIEFS

3. THE ENGAGEMENT OF OUR STRENGTHS

4. THE ENGAGEMENT OF OUR PASSION AND/OR CURIOSITY

5. THE ENGAGEMENT OF OUR COURAGE

 

Simply put, we engage what clarity is actually made of

instead of what we struggle to wrestle through in order to acquire it. 

 

PARDON OUR DIGITAL DUST. CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION.


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1. ENGAGEMENT OF OUR VALUES

  • The What...
  • The How...
  • The Why...

 

 

 

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Photo by ipopba/iStock / Getty Images

 

2. ENGAGEMENT OF OUR BELIEFS

  • The What...
  • The How...
  • The Why...

 

 

 

 

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Photo by Kyle_Brutke/iStock / Getty Images

3. ENGAGEMENT OF OUR STRENGTHS

  • The What...
  • The How...
  • The Why...

 

 

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Photo by Allexxandar/iStock / Getty Images

 

4. ENGAGEMENT OF OUR PASSION AND/OR CURIOSITY

  • The What...
  • The How...
  • The Why...
  • *When passion feels far from reach, we must engage our curiosity. What we are authentically curious about paves the way for our passions to emerge. 
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5. ENGAGEMENT OF OUR COURAGE

  • OUR MINDSET
  • OUR MOVEMENT
  • OUR MOTIVATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clarity comes from engaging our curiosity, exercising our integrity, listening actively to our intuition, and wrestling over time with the tough questions. Clarity can lead us to our courage but sometimes it takes all our courage to first engage our clarity.
— The Courage Practice

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