Taking Risks Doesn’t Mean Succeeding Every Time, And That’s Acceptable By Lauretta Chinenye
Taking risks doesn’t mean succeeding every time, and that’s acceptable.
Taking risks can lead to success or to failure which in turn can help you grow as a person.
Many of life’s greatest achievements require taking risks, going out of your comfort zone.
Whether it means overcoming fear of what people will say to write that book, sing that song, perform onstage, investing money to help your business grow, moving to a different location, sacrificing time with your family to hustle outside their location or putting yourself out there for the chance to find love, etc.
You got to take risk, I am a firm believer that some of life’s most rewarding experiences come as a result of taking risks.
So, I encourage you today to evaluate and take that risks.
As a Christian, even Jesus took a huge risk to die for our sins.
The Father took a huge risk sending his only Son to Earth.
What’s your excuse?
Go outside your comfort zone.