Actively facing threats and challenges, whether physical, moral, or psychological.

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The brave individual is bold and demonstrates great strength. Despite experiencing fears and doubts themselves, these people are able to accept those feelings while still propelling forward. They stand up for others and are willing to go up against popular opinions if it means doing what's right.

This individual demonstrates bravery voluntarily in the presence of danger or vulnerability. They deliberate on the risks and consequences before completing an action. Although no one is fearless, these people have mastered fear and found a way to work with it.

Bravery manifests in three ways: physical, in which one is willing to face the potential for bodily harm; moral, which compels or allows an individual to do what he or she believes is right; and psychological, where one is willing to face one’s own shadow and embrace one’s nature. Rosa Parks, for instance, exhibited both physical and moral bravery when she sat at the front of the bus, thus changing the course of history.


The brave person can be a breath of fresh air in love as they are bold enough to speak up about their feelings, and won’t shy away from intensity. Seeking out commitment and high quality connections with others, these people are comfortable being vulnerable in their relationships. Their ability to commit to honesty leads to authentic and rewarding relations with others.


These individuals are the first people to pursue their dreams, aim high in their goals, and venture into unchartered territory. They are not deterred by the opinions of others or the possibilities of failure. Brave people can excel in roles that require risk, such as entrepreneurial jobs, politics, or activism.

Barreling through uncomfortable situations, these people are not afraid to ask for a promotion or address a coworker about a problem. Perhaps one of the most courageous acts a brave individual can do in work is admit when certain career directions are no longer serving them, and be able to pick a new path for themselves.


Of course, the willingness to take on risks can always lead to the potential for injury or overextension of resources. Those who score high in bravery can benefit from crafting a calculated course of action, as well as a backup plan for their goals as they run the risk of things not working out at exactly as they expect.

Additionally, the act of honesty and vulnerability does not come without consequences. While the brave individual may have the capacity for both, they face the possibility of experiencing feelings of isolation, anxiety, and depression. Developing healthy coping mechanisms and finding a sturdy support system for dealing with these feelings can be of the utmost benefit.










Bravery requires a daily commitment. It is a continuous journey of carrying out courageous tasks every day, surrounding oneself with other brave individuals, and developing self-confidence in one's decisions. One can begin by pushing themselves out of their comfort zone and taking actions that make them uncomfortable.

Those with low scores in bravery can benefit from surrounding themselves with brave people, as it can act as an inspiration for one's own bravery. Lastly, developing moral values can aid one in feeling confident in standing up for what they believe in.


Low Scorers

Those with low scores in bravery are more reserved and timid when it comes to stepping out of their comfort zones. They are often deterred from pursuing goals that have potential risks. Instead, these individuals proceed with caution and are often unwilling to be the sole person to intervene in circumstances.


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