What Does a Sore Throat Have to do with Courage (or lack thereof)?

As a child I had a lot of strep throat infections. My parents took me to many doctors in Honolulu asking if they would just remove my tonsils. They were always told: She will outgrow them”. My tonsils remain intact.

From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

Hello everyone. I am very excited about sharing a conversation I had recently with my friend and guest, Sensei Janet Nelson. In many ways, Janet exemplifies what it means to be a courageous woman. You can listen to our podcast

Love Your Life Today #Go!

I am at a time in life when I am starting to distill down to what is most important to me. There is simply no time to waste. I have discovered the power of #Go. What does #Go mean to

Embracing The Woman Within With Michelle Poitier

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with “Michelle Speakz“, Michelle Poitier. This was one of the more powerful conversations that we have had to date here on Courageously Go! Listen in or read the transcript below. Thanks Michelle! Debbie

The Courage to Look at and Move Toward What You Want

Focusing on road blocks and feeling stuck vs. trying new things and seeing doors begin to open. Which scenario works best for you? It’s easy to fall back into what we are used to doing, stories we are used to