Deep Bravery is a mental toughness, knowledge, and confidence all wrapped up into one trait. With bravery you can make tough decisions, take action without wasting time, and approach uncomfortable situations comfortably. You need bravery when you take on new tasks at work, confront others who rub you the wrong way, and even when your work suffers because you're afraid of doing something less than perfect. When you become braver, you become more capable of taking action and handling the things that come your way.
Bravery is not something you're born with, though, and it's not something you can acquire overnight. Like all desirable traits, it's something you work at developing. And, that development takes time and courage to break through some of the patterns and triggers that have kept us stagnant.
It's important to note that bravery is just as much about understanding risks as it is about taking them on. Jumping into something blindly isn't necessarily brave; it can actually be quite foolish. What bravery really comes down to is learning how to repeatedly turn uncertainty—which is what drives most of our fear—into approachable, calculated risk.