What risk do you prefer, acting on an imperfect plan or waiting?
Even if you decided to try something with a greater than average possibility of failure, it would be better than taking no action at all.
Worst case scenario, it’s a loss. It also serves, however, as a learning opportunity that brings you closer toward your ideal path.
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What does it take to bring about financial success? Most people will say believe in yourself, take risks, dream big, and work hard and leave it at that.
If this was the case there would be examples of it to no end.
The reality is that believing, taking risks, dreaming big, and working hard is not enough. To understand what it takes to bring about financial success we need to understand this statement:
No one willingly chooses failure; failure finds those that don’t create safeguards against it.
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Recently I thought that rejecting knowledge is rejecting money, time and power. But after further thought, what does having time and money ultimately lead to? Having time and money leads to a higher likelihood of safety and happiness. This is what is ultimately forgone with a lack of knowledge.
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