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One of the wisest words ever spoken about courage came from Maya Angelou who said “Courage is the most important of the virtues, because without it, no other virtue can be practiced consistently.” 

 

In this episode, I tackle this key characteristic that’s of critical importance to you as a creating maven. 

 

Without it, you won’t have the fuel you need to take the first step in the C.R.E.A.T.E. framework.  With it you’ll have one of the most important things you need to get paid to be yourself.    

 

Today you’ll learn: 

 

  • What’s a vanishing point and what’s it got to do with your courage?  
  • The surprising connection between courage and clarity 

 

This episode is part 4 of a 5-part series on the 5Cs of a Creating Maven.  These are the 5 key characteristics you’ll need in order to truly embrace the identity of a person who is creating with their gifts and getting paid for it.  

 

About: The Reframe to Create podcast is hosted by Joy Spencer, an Executive Leadership and Storytelling Coach, Speaker, and Organizational Development Consultant working with professionals and leaders at all levels within organizations.  Joy leverages over 17 years of experience she gained while working to champion change in social justice movements, including those related to global access to essential medicines and consumer advocacy for online privacy.  This work required a dogged commitment to not merely challenging the status quo, but to reimagining and working towards creating an ideal future.  It is this commitment to creating that has shaped Joy’s coaching philosophy and approach today. Using her signature C.R.E.A.T.E. framework, Joy guides her clients through a process to become incomparable in work so they can get paid to be themselves.  

 

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