Are you a rsk taker do you take risks ?

Canada
September 27, 2008 11:45pm CST
What kind of risks do you take in life? Why do you do this?
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6 responses
• Canada
28 Sep 08
No I would not consider myself a risk taker in anyway . I am always worried about what could happen and tend to worry and stress out about things to much . Even when I try not to worry I still end up doing this because we hear to often about how others were hurt because they were not careful enough .
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• Canada
28 Sep 08
thank you for answering
@lovenluck (1068)
• India
28 Sep 08
no risk no gain!! we need to take some calculated risk in life and execute it properly to succeed. Risk are part and partial of our life and without taking them no human being can succeed.By taking risk i don't mean jumping from the roof and breaking your risk ,that's stupidity as we know the consequence but still jump into it but analyzing the situation and just giving it a shot might pay off.Just take for instance my investment on thinkbux and oldschoolbux both the site I took the risk of upgrading to premium and buying some referrals and it did pay off . Oldschoolbus is earing me a dollars everyday and I have alreayd recoved my investment from them and thinkbux I have earned 15 dollars back after deducting my investment. So no risk no gain
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• Canada
28 Sep 08
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
28 Sep 08
I do take risks in life. But I generally weigh them and take it only when it feels to be reasonable. The risks I take are in terms of adventure sports, stocks and sometimes even job. I feel and have experienced, that more the risk, more the benefits. I have had my share of successes and failures with this approach. Cheers! Ram
• Canada
28 Sep 08
thank you for answering
@amlegend (945)
• Pakistan
28 Sep 08
sometimes i do take risks if the situation can only be solved this way. if these risks only effect me then i will take them but if they effect others then i will give it a second thought and then decide what to do mostly rests on the situation
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• Canada
28 Sep 08
thank you for answering
@writersedge (22577)
• United States
6 Oct 08
It's strange, sometimes I have no fear and other times I do. Like I'm afraid of heights, so I don't do much dangerous there. But there are other things, I was angry with my parents one time and tried to swim across the lake. I became tired rolled over on my back and floated/drifted in. Some people think that was dangerous. I choose to think of it as a calculated risk. I worked in a prison for 13 years and a jail for 3 1/2. Some people consider that dangerous, it can be, but if you're where there are always a bunch of people, radios, etc. it is another calculated risk. Everything in life is risky. You take a sliver out of your finger, there is a slight risk of infection and even more slight of getting your finger amputatd. The prison I worked in paid me well and I lived well while I worked there. It is your preception of risk and rewards that governs whether you will do something or not. Take care.
@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
6 Oct 08
I don't really try to take any risk at all but I guess we all take risk when we get online or go to chat rooms. I don't go to chat rooms, tried that once didn't like it. So what type of risk do you take.