Courage has application for everyone. At some point or another, we face various situations and decisions when we need courage.
Peter Block says, “Courage isn’t done for the sake of being practical. It’s chosen for its own sake. As soon as you make courage practical, you’ve stolen its humanity.”
Courage is rarely developed; rather it is a choice of the moment. As leaders, we face challenging obstacles or decisions and we must choose to act with courage.
The ability to consistently act with courage is a defining mark of great leadership.