If your fear has a voice … why shouldn’t your courage?
In this new illustrated book of 100 keep-it-real quotes, courage is given a voice worth listening to. It’s sometimes sweet … and sometimes shady — but it’s always rooting for you to shine.
Courage is the only force that makes it possible to face fear, pursue opportunity and practice every other virtue consistently.
Youth become adults, and their ability to call upon courage within the challenges, moral decision and risks of growing up will impact the adults they become.
Candace is a intentional and impactful speaker on the subject of courage. We hired Candace to speak at a smaller event for 125 professionals who identified as women because of her topic of courage. Candace captivated the attention of the group so well that we invited her to our large event of 600+ later in the year.
– Colette M., Executive Director, American Camp Association, Illinois
Candace was a wonderful and engaging speaker who knew how to tailor her message of courage to fit the theme and mission of our organization. She is clearly both thoughtful and passionate, which was reflected in the way that she interacted with students, dutifully answering questions and easing their fears.
– Brandy A., Program Manager, Center for Global Initiatives UNC
Candace has a great ability to clearly communicate with young people in an engaging and inspiring manner. She helped our group truly understand the components of courage and then provided them the opportunity to apply that learning to their own specific goals. Everyone left feeling empowered.
– Kate M., Director of Educational Advancement, High Meadows School
Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage. – Maya Angelou
You’ll immediately gain access to the ABCs of Courage — a FREE resource that covers key elements of courage, from A to Z.
Then, every two weeks, you’ll receive commentary on courage in the form of an answer to a question, insight to consider, or idea to implement.