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Don't Be Afraid to Take Risks

I notice that most of the people are afraid to take risks or try new things. Why do you think they stick to the normal ways or things they usually do? My answer can be found below.

Most of my co-employees still stay in my previous employer even though they do not receive what their real worth is (puny salary). Imagine 10-12k a month (would turn to 9-10k, less taxes and contributions). Would you think that amount is enough for their monthly expenses and bills? Maybe, it's enough for people who are frugal or live below their means. But not for me. In my opinion, their efforts have not been compensated enough. They're not just being used and manipulated by the company they work for but their time have been wasted as well.

I believe that everyone has a chance to improve their situation and the life they have. Just don't be afraid to try new things. Take calculated risk as nothing new will happen if you keep doing what you are comfortable doing (in short, you're happy in your safe zone). There's no reward waiting for you if you're lazy and just expect things to come because I assure you, you will always get ordinary, normal or perhaps lesser things in life.

Remember, if at some point in your life, you felt scared, then think other people who were and are successful even though they're college or high school dropouts.

Also, don't forget me. I keep jumping from work to work if I feel unappreciated and unhappy with my work environment. Don't mind what other people would think about your decision. It's your life and not theirs. So whatever you do to your life, it's you who's responsible for it. And whatever your current situation is, it's you who did it in the first place.

I hope you like it. Feel free to leave your comments below. Thank you.


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