Successful Entrepreneurs are often characterized as “Risk-Takers” — But, wait…

The 99% of UNsuccessful Entrepreneurs Were Risk-Takers Too!! So…

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If I constantly see photos of sad people sitting in front of brick walls… can I conclude that brick walls are the CAUSE of sadness?!?

You will OFTEN hear about / read about the <1% whose big RISK-TAKING resulted in great success, fame, wealth, etc. But you will RARELY hear about the >99% whose big risk-taking led to failure — accompanied by stress, anxiety, regret, depression, bankruptcy, divorce… — or worse!

So… What’s My Point?

*AND WHY DOES IT EVEN MATTER* if we‘re giving “RISK-TAKING” too much credit for entrepreneurial success stories??

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THIS IS INTERMISSION.

ACT 2 BEGINS IN 3… 2… 1…

For Discussion/Debate:

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GROUP 2:

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