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Courage (In a Nutshell)
- Not fear something you may find dangerous and/or painful.
- A person who has unwavering belief in themselves.
- It helps you act without fear of failure or rejection.
- Without courage, you can’t achieve good things that are meaningful.
- Doing what is correct from a moral perspective.
- Having courage can require giving up certain things. Giving up negative influences.
- In order to have courage you must be genuine and authentic.
Positives of Courage
- Respond appropriately to risks, but not arrogantly to accomplish good things.
- It requires being honest at all times, irrespective of what the repercussions are.
- When you have an error of judgment by admitting it, you build character.
- Never waver from what you believe is right.
- Most things require courage; ie, leadership and trust.
- It’s done without the absence of fear, even if you’re scared, take appropriate action.
Type of Courage (Number 1- Emotional Courage)
- Despite being fearful of the final result you’re willing to follow through on your emotions.
- In your areas that you’re capable of developing, be confident in them.
Type of Courage (Number 2- Intellectual Courage)
- Being honest and true to yourself.
- On an occasion where you risk harm from an intellectual perspective.
Type of Courage (Number 3- Moral Courage)
- Doing the correct thing under the circumstances.
- In particular it may involve risk bringing about opposing views and potentially conflict.
- Not giving into the fear that facing the pressures will compromise ethical standards.
Type of Courage (Number 4- Physical Courage)
- Being brave enough to risk physical harm.
Type of Courage (Number 5- Social Courage)
- Conveying and portraying a person’s true self, despite risking social disapproval.
- Stating an opinion even if it’s totally out of line of the views of others.
Type of Courage (Number 6- Spiritual Courage)
- Despite the fact you may not get a favourable answer, asking the question.