Courage Is Local

In every town in America there are mementos that connect the community to courageous heroes from the past. In one town it might be a sacred display honoring fallen veterans. In another it might be a plaque designating the spot where the local hero

Working An Expo & Not Getting Overwhelmed

Conferences and expos are a-buzz with energy and often feel like mountain-top experiences. The frequent reality is that coming down from that mountain can result in a lot of nothing. You have spent time and resources on attending and networking, but

Meet Us In Atlanta

The Giant Leap team is off to Atlanta to enjoy the 2012 Training Magazine Conference and Expo. In 2011, we unveiled our brand new Pfeiffer published facilitator’s guide for Courageous Leadership. It was so brand new that we got our first copy

Intentional Courage

You are a courageous person.  I know that because I know that you have done courageous things in your life already.  You were courageous the day your parents dropped you off at summer camp for your first time.  You were courageous as a budding

Stupid Courage

What, exactly is “stupid courage”? When I was a kid, a ferocious dog named King lived down the street.  Being six years old, I was deathly afraid of King, a black Doberman Pincher. Every time I walked past my neighbor’s house, King