Episode 15 – What’s a risk everyone should take?

In this life, nothing ventured is nothing gained, right?  If you’re going to really live a life, then you have to ante-up – you have to put something at stake, so what’s something that everyone should risk?

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2 thoughts on “Episode 15 – What’s a risk everyone should take?

  1. I believe before determining which risk everyone should take I think one should determine why it feels like a risk in the first place. Is it only because it is “new”? Is it because the last similar experience led to failure or a negative experience? What, exactly, is at “risk”? I think, at the very least, we should challenge the risks that are only risks because of a life conditioning.

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  2. Mike here. In asking, I guess I was thinking about stepping into a place (situation) that feels uncomfortable, but has the opportunity for some gain/improvement on the other side once you go through it. Your challenge is an interesting one: find the places that are risks only because you’ve been brought up to believe that they are. Hmmm. That’s a good one (and probably a lot tougher to do than it sounds). Thank you for the comment!

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