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Are You a Risk Taker? Why You Should Be!

Robb Thompson
 


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Reward Belongs Only To those Who Go Beyond Intentions To The Place Of Action

I like individuals who are willing to take risks and put themselves on the line to get ahead. They don't fear mistakes or failure. They are unaffected by the opinions of others, which allows them to express themselves freely and openly. When they have an idea, they share it, unafraid of rejection. Their creativity flows because of the freedom in which they live. They willingly invest hours of their personal time on a project, recognizing the possibility that it won't be accepted.

Initiative:

Risk-takers take initiative and make executive decisions. Sometimes such actions get them in trouble, but many times those decisions get them promoted. Going the extra mile in taking risks is worth the effort even if failure is the result, because the experience and growth from the risk are priceless.

  • Are you willing to take risks?

  • Do you fear to fail or make a mistake?

  • Do ideas linger within you because you fear you will be rejected?

  • Do you have a difficult time expressing a new way of doing things because you don't want to be corrected?

    Risk-Taker Defined:

    I want risk-takers on my team. Here's how I define a risk-taker: He is someone who collects the facts and knowledge concerning his idea and accurately assesses if the value of its success is worth the price it requires. He has collected enough evidence to support that his risk is good for both the company and for those around him. What I do not consider a risk-taker to be is the one who makes decisions or presents ideas flippantly. I only want those who are confident that the return is greater the risk.

    Take Action:

  • Are you willing to take risks?

  • Do you fear to fail or make a mistake?

  • Do ideas linger within you because you fear you will be rejected?

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