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Risk-Taking and Adventure

Published on 5/12/2019
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You were designed to take risks and be adventurous.  To succeed in life, you have to take those risks and truly be adventurous.  You were probably adventurous as a youngster.  Perhaps you were the one who ate a worm to see what it tasted like.  Maybe you climbed the tallest tree.  Or were you the kid who got challenged into jumping off the roof into a pool, or climbing to the top bunk and jumping off to see if you could make it to the bed across the room?

Where did your adventure go?  Where did that risk-taking adventurous spirit go?  For 98 percent of the population, it is sitting on a couch, hoping for their IRA to grow.  But if you are going to succeed in life, you must ignite what is in your DNA - and that is your adventurous, risk-taking spirit.  The Great Designer planted the desire inside you to succeed, it's up to you to tap into it.

When we fall down - when we fail - we say, "Better not try to do that again.  You should not have done that in the first place." But we do not tell a child who falls down to stop running, do we?  We do not tell a toddler who is learning to walk, "Oh, you idiot.  Can't you figure this out?  You might as well just sit and forget about walking."

We have become people who need to be told that McDonald's coffee is hot or we sue because they did not tell us.  This is absolutely pathetic.

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