Overcome the fear of speaking truth by learning to do it with love.
In a society where sensitivities take precedence over honesty, it can often feel impossible to openly speak your mind. From managing conflict resolution in the workplace to navigating differences at home, many issues remain unaddressed and unresolved when you cannot speak clearly, candidly, and truthfully for fear of negative consequences.
It’s time to learn how to speak the truth in love. In Candor, you’ll learn how truth and love together can unlock pathways to more effective leadership and relationships—even in a day and age when many remain silent for fear of speaking up. Discover how speaking with sensitive and effective candor can reshape your relationships and enable you to live a life of honesty and freedom.
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Charles Causey is the author of seven books and has the privilege to serve America's heroes every day as a U.S. military chaplain just like his father served in the 50s and 60s. Charles is married to Lauri and they have four children; Nickolas, Madison, Hannah, and Isaiah. He is the creator of the Words and Deeds Integrity Diagnostic and co-author of the Unbreakable marriage conference curriculum used nationwide. Charles is a graduate of the University of Colorado in Boulder and holds several advanced degrees including a doctorate. He is currently stationed in Honolulu, Hawaii.
"Can we really speak the truth in love? Chaplain Charles Causey answers “Yes”. In fact, he believes it is the only way to have authentic friendships and become authentic leaders. His 22 strategies for overcoming fear and learning to lovingly speak with candor give practical help for all who aspire to genuinely helping others." Gary D. Chapman Ph.D. Author of The 5 Love Languages
The Emperor Has No Clothes
Speak the Unspoken Truth
Enemies of Candor
Leaders and Meetings with Candor
Candor in Families
Blistering Honestly with Self
The Indispensable Friendship Factor
Candor with Difficult People
Charm Vs. Character
The 22 Strategies for Effective Candor