Daring greatly means the courage to be vulnerable (Brené Brown, American research professor)
“I dare you.” “I double-dare you.” Do you remember those childhood challenges? They were sometimes a test to see how brave we were. To accept the dare was to make yourself vulnerable to the teasing of your friends and maybe even danger. To face a real challenge in life, indeed, takes courage because you do become vulnerable to ridicule and failure.
So be strong and courageous, all you who put your hope in the LORD (Psalm 31:34).