Don Juravin asks: Are you capable of taking the risk?

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Don Juravin says: “Sometimes you just have to take the risk and Trust GOD. Taking the risk by itself may make you HAPPY.”

ARE YOU CAPABLE OF TAKING THE RISK, TO MAKE YOURSELF HAPPY?

Share with me about the risks that you have taken and made you feel empowered. Challenge yourself and you shall be rewarded.

Source: Don Karl Juravin

18 thoughts on “Don Juravin asks: Are you capable of taking the risk?

  1. We only regret the chances that we didn’t take. Risk is better than regret. One should always avail the opportunity that is available.

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  2. By taking risks, you give yourself permission to try things out, to learn, to fail, to grow, and to explore. You get to test your limits and go beyond what you believed was possible. You can go after the things in life you really want.

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  3. By taking risks, you give yourself permission to try things out, to learn, to fail, to grow, and to explore. You get to test your limits and go beyond what you believed was possible.

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  4. Taking risks doesn’t mean succeeding every time, and that’s OK! Taking risks can lead to failure which in turn can help you grow as a person.

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  5. Taking risks is important because you put yourself on the line. You can create a whole new set of opportunities for the future.

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  6. A wise man once said, “Opportunity does not come gift wrapped. You must take risks.” It is safe to say that life’s greatest lessons come when we shift our focus out of our comfort zone.

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  7. Sometimes, you need to take risks, challenge yourself, and try harder at things, if you want to grow stronger and become better.

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  8. Risk-taking is also essential to find our path and develop ourselves. A large part of who we become comes from understanding who we don’t want to be.

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  9. If we truly understand how to calculate risk, we would know which risks are worth taking, and we would be a lot less fearful about taking them.

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  10. It’s common for problems to occur when we take risks. While challenges can be stressful to deal with, they empower us. When we genuinely want to reach our goals and come across challenges, we push ourselves to overcome them no matter what it takes.

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  11. Taking risks doesn’t mean succeeding every time, and that’s ok. Taking risks can lead to failure which in turn can help you grow as a person.

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  12. Without taking risks, there are chances that you could miss out on some amazing opportunities. Venturing into the unknown means opening new doors.

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  13. Fear of failure and feelings of shame and embarrassment can hold us back from taking on a challenge. A wise person once said, “If you’re not failing, you’re probably not trying hard enough”.

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  14. Taking controlled risks is an excellent method to strengthen your mental fortitude. You may learn to endure uncertainty and worry by doing activities that terrify you. It also allows you to improve your abilities and learn from your failures. Taking controlled risks is an excellent method to strengthen your mental fortitude. You may learn to endure uncertainty and worry by doing activities that terrify you. It also allows you to improve your abilities and learn from your failures.

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  15. Believing in God and taking risks may get you unforeseen opportunities. Build confidence and develop new skills. Develop a sense of pride and accomplishment. Learn things you might not otherwise.

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  16. When taking a risk pushes you outside of your comfort zone and helps you attain a healthy objective, it’s sometimes a positive thing to do. Taking chances can have major negative implications for our health, relationships, and education at other times.

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  17. As it says, Comfort zone is a nice place but nothing ever grows there, most of us spend many years of our lives playing small, we want to become successful, we want to live happy wealthy and healthy life, but we fail to take a risk, we fail to overcome our fear.

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