Choosing Courage Consistently
Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage,
you can't practice any other virtue consistently.
― Maya Angelou
Acknowledgements for the Courage IQ quiz:
Trish Coffey composed the text to explain your score (TLC.Courage@gmail.com)
Daniel Patterson created the HTML code (IllBeDan@gmail.com)
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Courage: Your Keys to a Thousand Doors
We can live a happy and fulfilling life without many things. But not without courage. If you understand courage and you choose it consistently in your everyday life, then you will resolve almost any problem that you have, as well as get almost anything that you want.
The fundamental tool
The ability and willingness to choose courage is the most fundamental tool in empowering all other tools detailed in the other five toolkits:
Making courage easy (and easier)
The breakthrough approach to understanding and choosing courage is to know that choosing courage can be made easy by making friends with your fear (unresisting your fear) through a process called undoing fear.
And even beyond that, choosing courage gets easier and easier by building up your "courage muscles" through practicing the four steps of choosing courage.
Your first "go to" toolkit
This toolkit is your first stop (of the six toolkits) in learning the steps that result in a life of happiness, accomplishments, great relationships, and full self-expression.
Happiness is our natural state
What's your Courage IQ and what does it mean?
Have fun taking this Courage IQ test.
1) Answer just 10 questions to get a quick score (or click "continue"
to answer 15 more questions) .
2) Answer 25 questions to get a more accurate score (or click "continue"
to answer 25 more questions).
3) Answer 50 questions for your gold-standard Courage IQ score and evaluation.