What We’ve Always Done

Our whole lives, we’ve been taught to avoid risk; that we should steer clear of taking chances. We’ve been trained to resist gambling with our future, and all too often our apprehension has cost us dearly.

Without risk, there is no reward. We’ll never get anywhere without taking some chances.

Not the ‘risking life and limb’ type of hazardous situations, but the ‘what happens if I try it this way’ gamble.

We shouldn’t be doing something different just for the sake of being different, but if there’s some upside to trying something out of the ordinary, then what is there to lose?

If we never do anything other that what we’ve always done, we’ll never get anything but what we’ve always gotten.


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