Today’s post will be short and sweet as unfortunately my internet is playing up and keeps having long disconnection periods. I have barely been able to post anything today due to this, so my apologies if this blog post is a little short. I think short and sweet, will be the theme of this day! 🙂
I wanted to write a little bit about why I chose Courage as the name of my Coaching business.
First of all, courage is very important when challenging ourselves at times where we need to make big changes in our personal life, our work or our health.
Courage is necessary when we deal with grief, physical & emotional pain or overwhelming fear.
As survivors of abuse would agree, courage is crucial for getting through the trauma and emotional pain that starts with the abuse, continues throughout the abuse and then unfortunately becomes a part of the long journey of recovery after the abuse.
For those affected by war & overwhelming grief, courage is what keeps them going every day, when all they want is to stop feeling so frightened & devastated.
Courage is important for survival, for better quality of life, for the ability to self-reflect and for getting through adversity.
Below are some definitions that I found online when I was deciding on COURAGE as a name for my business.
- The ability to do something that frightens one; bravery.
- Strength in the face of pain or grief
- The choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty or intimidation.
- The power or quality of dealing with or facing danger, fear, pain, etc..
- Courage, also called fortitude, is the ability to confront fear, pain, danger, uncertainty or intimidation. It can be divided into “physical courage” — in face of physical pain, hardship, and threat of death — and “moral courage” — in the face of shame, scandal, and discouragement..
- The state or quality of mind or spirit that enables one to face danger, fear, or vicissitudes with self-possession, confidence, and resolution; bravery.
I also selected a few of the most inspiring quotes about courage, in my opinion.