I think one of the reasons Caleb is a great character of the Bible is that he was able to stand up for what was right regardless of the opinions of other people. When he and Joshua stood before Moses with the other spies into the Promised Land, only those two were willing to see things through the perspective of God's eyes. As a result, only those two were allowed to make their entry into the Promised Land.
It's hard to do what's right even when no one else is supportive, but such a choice models character and integrity for the others around. What about for you? Do you cave to peer pressure and groupthink, or do you stand up for what you know is right, regardless of the ensuing consequences?