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The Smartest Risk You Could Ever Make Financially

Aug 17, 2007
It has been said that taking high risk is dangerous. That if you let yourself risk money it is even not dangerous, but dumb. The cold reality of taking a risk when starting a new project or a simple task always exists. You can go on a date and your luxury car might not start while leaving from the restaurant. You might partner with a businessman and your partner might go sour on you any day without even knowing why. We take risk in every task and project we try to accomplish. It either goes bad or good. There are no more results other than does previously mentioned. So why many of us are so preoccupied when we get to reach a decision that involve monetary solutions? The fact is that many regular people like me and you don't want to lose money. Many regular Joe's like you and me are just not accustomed to losing. It has been a tradition in our country that losing is for losers, therefore, must of us avoid taking any chances of getting such perceived weak thinking, in our image. Both our culture and the way our ancestors influenced our family evolution has to do a lot regarding our thinking of taking risks. So if we positioned ourselves with the ultimate goal of achieving financial freedom through owning an offline business or perhaps my favorite, an Internet marketing business, what can we do to make a risk the smartest decision of our financial career?

We can start by changing the way we think about risk. That is the first thing you should do in order to null and void, that taking a risk is dangerous or perhaps not smart as your past vocabulary. Taking a risk when starting a business is always going to happen or appear in extreme ways. We either have enormous success or we fail. One of the smartest career moves anyone can make is when moving from a job to a full-time career in business. You don't have a boss, you take your own decisions and you can be at home with your family and kids. What can be better if you are a mother with the desire of getting to see your kids grow every day? Probability is that nothing comes close when it relates to our love ones. So what does that involve? Taking a risk, a smart risk. You will benefit from it in the long run upon achieving success. It is obvious you will do some things wrong when starting, but those situations that turn bad can be minimal if you have made the correct due diligence for your particular passionate start-up business. I will take myself as example.

When I started taking seriously the though of making my own business without having to count with family businesses or part-time quickies here and there, I made some mistakes. I invested money here and there on education materials without self-control. Couple $1,000's passed and I said to myself that everything I learned was to be taken on action. I started a few businesses online relating the sale of wholesale items and information and so far till this day I am making a comfortable living all online. My income pays for my car, my debts, weekends and the now and then national vacation. I still don't have the $3,000,000 home I dream but hey it is a start. No need to work for someone else unless I desire to do so.

In conclusion: Taking a risk for moving from a job to a business is a smart career move. You will be your own boss and nobody tells you what you need to do and when you need to accomplish projects. It is you and only you. So the smartest decision you could ever make in your career is starting your own income producing business.
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