Courage, isn't that a common word. It's something that has lost its meaning. So now we have people coming up with things like ultimate courage to try to supersize the current definition of courage which is just insane because then we will end up devaluing the word of ultimate courage and move onto something like super-ultimate courage just to make kids feel like they're perfect little special snowflakes when in reality most of the stuff they do is terrifyingly average and dull, but of courrse we can't have them thinking that otherwise they might actually try to change things (which I will admit has turned into a problem in the past few years as exemplified by Tumblr and radical Social Justice Warriors.)
But I digress, is there an actual meaning to courage and does it exist. The answer would be yes and no. This is because of the fact that it is an abstract concept personality facet conjured by humans from real extents, so there will not be a single objective thing that is courageous to everyone, which is where the problem lies in trying to supersize it. But if we want to go with my view, courage does not exist as that would imply something that would have pretty much only negative outcomes for you, which is impossible as the human brain would just not render it as a possible option. However if it does then that would mean that the good outweighs the bad at which point it just becomes natural and not courageous.