Courage is far more than just a lofty, noble concept appropriate only for fairy tales and movies. (Keith Caver, leadership consultant)

Caver says, “Courage is meant not only for the battlefield. . . Rather, it’s a skill that is essential to ensure a thriving, high-performance culture.” When things are difficult in life, whether it’s a business problem, a personal issue, or any one of many potential problems, we can give up or we can face the situation with determination—that takes courage, too!

Be strong and courageous, and do the work. Don’t be afraid or discouraged. (1 Chronicles 28:20)

Take courage as you fulfill your duties. (2 Chronicles 19:11)