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To be alive at all involves some risk. Harold MacMillan

Published on 5/18/2017
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The later you risk losing everything, the more difficult it will be to bounce back.  The biggest rewards often require the largest risks.  Just be smart about it and make sure you know exactly what you are risking and exactly what you would be getting as a reward.

Risk missing out in order to achieve something greater.  We do not want to miss out on parties, get-togethers, chill sessions, festivals, concerts, nights out on the town.   We are afraid that staying in and getting some rest will make us miss out on something huge, life changing.  Think about this: You have been making sure that you have not missed out on anything for years, how many of those experiences actually made a positive change in your life?


 Risk that person not saying “I love you too.”  No one wants to be the first one to say “I love you.” I get it, not hearing “I love you” back can suck.  But imagine how great it will feel if that person does love you back.  He or she is most likely worrying about the same thing waiting for you to make a move.  And if that person does not love you back, then at least you know where things really stand and can disillusion yourself.

Risk making a mistake.  Mistakes need to be made if you want to succeed in life it is how we learn.  If you are not making mistakes then you are not trying enough things.  In other words, you are not living enough.  Risk making those mistakes because they are the things that make our lives interesting enough to read about.


 Risk losing friendships.  Friendships can be great, but they can also be very restrictive.  Following our dreams usually involves quite a bit of solitude.  Friendships make it very difficult to take the time that you need to get the work done that needs to get done. In my opinion, true friends should support you and your dreams no matter what.

They should understand that you may have to distance yourself a bit more and then work together to keep the friendship alive – even if you do not see each other half as much.

 Risk not being good enough.  There is always a chance that you would not be good enough.  But again, is not that something that you would like to know?  The fact is that you are either good enough or not good enough.  Often, when we think we are good enough, we actually are not.

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