That's not courage at all.
>"And you would never know that he thought the opposite. I saw it daily. And this is a gift. This is a gift because things do change. It takes courage to change. And courage to say, I'm now wrong."
Except that that's not what Steve Jobs did. He never said he was "now wrong", and the whole point of his reality-distortion field was that as far as he was concerned, he was not now wrong, he never had been wrong, he had always been right in the first place, was still right now, and had not changed his mind in between.
That's not having the courage to change or face up to anything, that's being an vain arrogant dishonest delusional narcissist with your head stuffed up your own arse.