There Are No Risks When You Know You’ll Handle It

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Risk, like arrogance, is relative: it only exists in the eyes of the person who isn’t sure he can handle it. [bctt tweet=”Risk, like arrogance, is relative: it only exists in the eyes of the person who isn’t sure he can handle it.” username=”dreallday”]

Risk is born when you’re not sure you can make something work. Anything you know you’ll figure out, by definition, isn’t risky.

And here’s an idea: You’ve been through many things in your ____ years – none of which has been sufficiently strong enough to kill you. You ALWAYS figured it out. You have ALWAYS made it work, somehow.

So, where’s the risk?

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