If You Risk Nothing, You Risk Everything Ross Kimbarovsky | May 16th, 2013

People fear many things. The fear of failure is perhaps one of the greatest and most dangerous fears.

If you risk nothing, you risk everything.


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  • Anna Pham

    Totally agree with this, since I think it is more important to take every chance we take, at least we have few percent of being successful, however, if we dont take chance, we might just have zero percent.

  • michael bian

    Well said, if you risk nothing you risk everything.

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