Take a Risk

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In order to achieve great things, you have to take great risk. It’s easy to get accustomed to the repetition in our day-to-day lives. The self-discipline of consistency is always to be rewarded but with the compliment of being a risk taker, a humble journey can blossom into a success story even better than you expected. The time is now for you to recognize the areas in your life where you are compromising your fulfillment to only save money, time, and basically to play it safe. What do you gain by playing it safe all the way to the end and you are still unhappy? Take a risk and save your what if’s. Life is just too short to plan and analyze every step of your existence.

I am not saying to sale your house or quit your job. Everyone has their own estimation of risk. Some of us don’t even take small risk. It is a decision to be made out of your own comfort zone. But the importance is that you should take it; rather big or small. If the outcome can be much greater than your loss, what do have to lose? Is it really worth holding on to rather than what you could gain? If you don’t like the way things are going, remember that there is a solution to every problem. Hold that truth and it will give you the confidence and brilliance to make a change. It’s better to invest a dollar than to hold tightly to it and hope every day to have more than that dollar. You have to give to receive and you have to sow seeds to achieve an abundant harvest that sees no end. You can make a change in one or more ways: where you place your money, where you place your time, and in the areas you take risk to better the quality of your life.

Step out of your comfort zone and into a world of opportunity.

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