Leading With Emotional Courage

Thank you for your help launching Leading With Emotional Courage!

Dear friends,

Thank you so much for your help launching Leading With Emotional Courage. Everything you do is so important to our success and so meaningful to me.

Here is the truth underpinning Leading With Emotional Courage: If you can feel everything, you can do anything.

Leadership—in your career and life—is not about knowing what to say or do. It’s about whether you have the courage to experience the discomfort, risk, and uncertainty of saying or doing it.

This courage, emotional courage, is so powerful because it applies to every level of leadership and nearly every challenging moment. That’s why I think Leading With Emotional Courage is my best and most important book yet.

To make your life easier, I’ve written up list of social media posts, email blurbs, and my favorite lines from the book that you can copy and share directly. If you’re inspired to write your own, that’s great, too.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Again, I can’t thank you enough for helping get out the word about my book, and hopefully starting your colleagues, clients, and friends on a path to their most powerful leadership.

All my best,



Social Posts

Just copy and paste these posts into any social media platform. Feel free to amend them as you see fit!:

  • Want to measurably improve your leadership? Check out my friend @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage. Order now https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • My friend @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage, is a fun, fast read, full of helpful exercises to improve your leadership. Available now https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • The gap between leadership theory and practice is huge. @PeterBregman’s book, Leading With Emotional Courage, is closing that gap. Pick up your copy now https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • The heart of leadership is courage, and courage is a muscle. @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage, can help you strengthen yours. Buy now https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • Leadership is all about hard choices, uncomfortable conversations, and accountability. @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage, can help you with all three. https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • Struggling to have a difficult conversation? Check out @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • Confidence problem? @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage, will change the way you show up in a room. Order your copy now https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • Are you clear and trustworthy? @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage, can make you a better communicator in your career and life https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage
  • What’s your Big Arrow? My friend @PeterBregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage, might change the direction of your entire year https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6 #EmotionalCourage


Key Quotes

Email Newsletter Mention

Just copy and paste the following paragraph into your weekly newsletter (or use it any other way you would like):

If you are a leader or coach, be sure to check out my friend Peter Bregman’s new book, Leading With Emotional Courage. According to Peter, leaders usually know what to say or do in a challenging situation, but they’re held back by the feelings of discomfort that come with the risk or uncertainty of doing it. It’s a compelling theory, and this books puts that theory into action. Peter weaves together pithy anecdotes and guided exercises to make Leading With Emotional Courage all about doing, not thinking. Which, I think, is exactly his point… Check it out here: https://amzn.to/2KvIRh6


Sample Chapter

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