Junlei Li Co-Director of the Fred Rogers Center
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Anna Lena Mayor Ekeblad I promise my courageous heart
Yaroslav Hrytsak Nation's courage
George Brown Creativity Takes Courage
J-Christophe Nicolas J-Christophe Nicolas
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Edwin Muhammad Edwin Muhammad
Meg Lewis The Most Courageous Thing I've Ever Done
Arica Brown Arica Brown
Jillian Roth, Margaux Joffe, and Mayowa Tomori ATTS 2018 Q&A with Jillian "Mama J" Roth, Margaux Joffe, and Mayowa Tomori
Jillian Roth, Margaux Joffe, and Mayowa Tomori ATTS 2018 Courage to ask, share, examine
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Dario Bosio Dario Bosio
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Simon J Green Courage is contextual
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Tatti Maeda Courage - Março 2018
Angelica Mari Courage - Março 2018
Isabel Salles Courage - Março 2018
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Heather Frank Courage
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Stanislava Pinchuk Artist and Tattooist
Linda Parys Q & A
Linda Parys Courage is about being here and now.
Ashley C. Ford Wounds Are Where the Light Enters
Ashley C. Ford Q&A with Ashley C. Ford
Ashley C. Ford Live performance by Alba Ponce de Leon
Ashley C. Ford 30 second pitches
Paige Litterer Cafe Momentum
Jackie Huba Author
Tyler Mosher Downeast Cider
Adina Pintilie The Courage to Be Vulnerable
egle tamulyte Only dead fishes go with the flow.
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Doc Harrill "Courage"
Pajera Patanasiri Song of Courage
Jason Hanasik Show Up As Yourself
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Samuel Te Kani Kin
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Emilio Méndez & Jeanne Samayoa "Uno frente al otro"
Panu Mäenpää Panu Mäenpää
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Jeff Mindell Lifestyle Photographer
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Roan Lavery Roan Lavery
David Smith Courage: Why It's Not What You Think
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Fantasy was my refuge, and this was my way of building courage to confront the world—to confront reality.
You cannot go blindly into the unknown. You always need feedback.
I look at the things that helped me build positive feelings about others and about myself. One of the techniques that I use is I write love lists. A love list is kind of like taking an object and finding things to love about it.
You need to love yourself.
One of the ways that I’ve really incorporated courage into my existence is just by convincing myself that I’m a superhero.
Being vulnerable really helps other people support your courage.
Your feelings of anger or joy or outrage will be what helps move you into that first action. Remember – courage is just about the first step, and then the next step.
Courage flourishes when you are surrounded by people who make being courageous feel inevitable and easy.
Courage is about moving into uncertainty, and fear is about staying with the known.
I promise my courageous heart to always choose happiness
Be courageous, guys!
Have the courage to dream big, take small steps everyday and give yourself missions
I'm still so proud of this campaign we did. The whole city was filled with my text art.
One day Monocle Magazine came to Gothenburg...
Courage is to believe in yourself
Courage is to not know what will happen and still be brave enough to follow your heart
What if I put my energy and time into my stuff? Where can that take me? What could happen?
Observers don't change the world: participants and question-askers change the world.
Questions are powerful: they can completely shift the direction of a conversation, shift the energy in a room, and transform our understanding of the world.
Questions are the first step to living a better story.
What is one thing in your life that you're covering?
Create a powerful story about yourself, your mission, and your truth. When you have a powerful story and mission that's bigger than yourself, it's a lot easier to do something that scares you because you're working towards a vision you want to create in the world.
It takes courage to show up, it takes courage to live your truth, and even more courage to do so every. Damn. Day.
Acts of courage change the world.
There’s a distinct ripple effect that occurs when we witness or perform acts of courage.
Don't underestimate the power of 'thank you for bringing that to my attention.' I will work on that.
Nobody can give you the identity you want. You have to determine what it is, and you have to validate it yourself.
The gap between expectation and reality is where pain lives. And that's what we're scared of admitting. It's that we had an expectation, and it bumped against reality. And it hurt.
"I wasn't born to do this work; I survived to do it."
Choose to expose your wounds in safe spaces. Choose to let the light in. Choose to jump over the obstacle of fear.
Truth is beautiful. Truth requires courage. You have to be courageous to admit the truth and to find the truth and to hear the truth. And to accept the truth. It all requires courage, beyond your body.
Wounds are how the light gets in.
Courage, for me, is coming up here and telling you that I was angry about the way I was raised, but I love my mother. And I think she's fantastic.
I might be good at this, but I am terrified. And I'm not terrified that I'll say the wrong word. I'm not terrified that I'll fall off the stage. I am mostly terrified that I'll do this right and you'll see me.
You have to get sick of your own bullshit. You have to say, 'That hurt. That sucked. That was messed up; I'm mad about it.' And then you can move into a next phase, which really sucks and that phase is, 'What am I gonna do about it?'
What it essentially took was getting sick of my own bullshit. All of these stories I've been telling myself about my physical strength and the importance of it, all of these stories I've been telling myself about what I didn't get to be angry about or sad about, I was sick of it.
Courage is about doing what's hard, what's actually hard.
Courage means so many things to so many different people, and the word changes along the course of your life.
This is my favorite thing to do, is look out at a bunch of people and feel like I'm talking to them all at once. That's why I'm on the Internet!
Make fear your friend.
Courage is seeing the opportunity or being forced to stretch into something else.
Do you have the courage to save your life?
"Когато намериш себе си, вече не те е страх от нищо в теб, защото знаеш, че си истински. "
Além de moradores nós somos agentes, [...] a gente se vira no que tem que fazer
"Courage resides in each of us. It’s a deep and ever-replenishing reservoir, not unlike love. Over the course of our lives we will be called upon to act from a place of courage again, again, and again."
Courage is RESPONSIBILITY for me. Responsibility to myself, responsibility to others!
As for me, courage is not an act or decision, it is a skill to be oneself!
В моем аспекте, смелость - это не просто поступок или решение, - это умение быть собой. Как вообще воспринимают люди, для кого-то это може быть решительность, в плане что-то сделать, придерживаться какого-то решения, например бросить курить; для кого-то может быть храбрость,часто путают, вот совершить поступок, которого от тебя никто не ждал. Для меня это же ОТВЕТСТВЕННОСТЬ. Ответственность перед собой, ответственность перед другими!
В моем аспекте, смелость - это не просто поступок или решение, это умение быть собой.
My art feeds my activism and my activism feeds my art.
It's just a thought. Those thoughts are just as important as standing up and saying 'I am willing to do a little work.'
We all start out with a lot of courage because we are born. That first house that held us got too small, so we had to get out and that's our mandate from then on—growing, learning, being curious, getting that air, getting that light, having that hunger...hunger helps courage, too.
"En la selva te das cuenta de que el ser humano es la única especie introducida"
"El miedo lleva a la ira, la ira lleva al coraje, el coraje lleva a la valentía, la valentía lleva a la acción."
The opposite of courage is not weakness. The opposite of courage is discouragement.
Have the courage to accept that you don't know it all
We need to begin preparing for sea level rise, which is now unstoppable.
I adopted courage as a habit and the more I used courage as a habit, the easier it became to be courageous.
When I focused on something that scared me, I could move mountains.
Your fears and your doubts and the world will scream and shout at you, but courage is that soft gentle voice that tells you "you can do this."
This is what courage is truly about. It's not being unafraid, but it is instead of choosing to acting in the face of fear.
You might fail, you might succeed. When we dream the outcome is never guaranteed. The only thing thats for sure is we're all going to die. The rest is up to you, so you might as well try.
Having that tribe of like-minded folks is really important in terms of maintaining your courage and just doing things that are scary. There is power in numbers. Find your tribe.
You just never know what can happen just through the simple act of having the courage to share your ideas.
The greatest act of courage you can perform is to do what makes you happy; to do the right thing, even when its scary."
There is no courage in playing it safe.
In having the courage to try something new, that also includes the courage to fail.
If you survived middle school, you have courage.
America. The beautiful. Who crowns her good with brotherhood, but from sea to shining sea shoots down and locks up young black boys and girls, men and women, with impunity.
To be clear, when I say America, I mean "White America." The America, America sees--wants to see. Not the real America, but the ideal America.
Courage for me is a thousand little steps
In experiencing courage or exercising courage, the way that muscle grows is with action. Nothing combats or confronts or cures fear better than action.
La valentía es un acto racional, y tiene que ver con la toma de decisiones... porque si eres racional, aceptas el miedo y el temor.
"Propongo: Desde que somos diseñadores, defensores de la belleza, enfrentarnos políticamente, con una ideología de lucha, de valentía y de crear el verdadero valor que obliga al sistema pagar por la belleza"
"El mayor valor que le podemos asignar a nuestra sociedad en este momento es la belleza"
It's amazing what happens when you decide to get on purpose WITH your purpose.
Don't wait for change, create it.
Now more than ever, we need to invite more people to join the party to create change.
Being courageous is a lot like being the first person on the dance floor.
Make sure that you make people feel good, and feel comfortable, and feel safe to make the choice to act courageously and try in front of you.
Courage is a muscle and it is stronger the more you use it.
Courage is not necessarily the act itself. Courage is the choice to act.
"I'm gonna choose joy, and I am gonna be the change we wish the world to be."
Creativity is an asset, not a service.