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. Risk, like arrogance, is relative: it only exists in the eyes of the person who isn't sure he can handle it. Click To Tweet

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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