How does courage help an individual to handle unexpected and high-stress situations?
Courage helps an individual to handle unexpected and high-stress situations by giving them the strength to act on their values despite the consequences. Knowing what is important to you can help develop courage, which can be used for physical or moral courage.
Transcript: "How does courage help an individual to handle unexpected and high stress situations? Well, courage or displaying courage, it's an action that people take when they were able to be very connected to their values. And so I believe courage is the result of a deep commitment to one's values and action in those situations, despite the consequences. And so I believe that people who display courage in unexpected and high stress situations are those who are so deeply committed to their values that they take those uncomfortable, scary steps. So knowing what one's values are are very important and knowing what's important to you, you can write out a list of, of what's important to you. And you can do that in a few different spheres, work and education. What's important to you? How do you want to be family or relationships, leisure, things you do to recharge and then health and personal growth. So you look at those four spheres and decide what's important to you, how you want to be, how you want to spend your time in this world. And once you develop that, it helps you do incredibly courageous things, whether that's physical courage or moral courage, standing up for what's right in this, in the face of people who don't believe the same as you do, or her doing something that's wrong."