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it may never been about the reward all the time
how brave are you to give it a go?
I think it is worthy because I think giving as the reward and the promotion whenever the risk is correct in several years.
However, it is painful at that time and I do not think that the reward changes.
This time, it is worth it.
Only ir you aré sure you aré going to get the reward. I took a risk, lost what was most important to me and didn’t get the reward. C’est la vie.
Depends on what you’re risking.
“He who dares, wins.” — British SAS motto
You’ll never know ubless you take the risk. If you don’t take the risk you’ll ask yourself for what if it was worth it the rest of your life
Always. Because if you take the risk, you’ll never regret. Because if you never try, you never know.
Overcoming your fears and risking it there may just be a wonderful reward in the end!
Yes, because even though you may lose you will learn something on the way that will stay with for years to come.
no, most of the time the reward doesn’t matter. it’s about the journey.
I hope so.
I hope so……I miss spending time with my family
Every time my wife complains about all of the hours I work I reassure her it will pay off. I hope I am not wrong
“The price of love is loss, but still we pay, we love anyway.”
maybe it doesnt matter if its worth it.
How big is the risk? How big is the reward? What’s the definition of ‘reward’?
If the reward makes you truly happy.
This screams one thing in my life at the moment, and yes is the only reasonable answer. I’m in love with a girl. If I don’t do something about it now, the chance could slip away, and I’ll only have myself to blame. If I take the risk, the worst case scenario is losing her, but never knowing what if- thats worse.
In terms of everyday life, everything is assessed based on whether the reward is worth the risk. Each situation is different and has to be judged individually. Is it worth risking driving at 100mph through town to get praise from your boss for being early to work? probably not. Is it worth risking that you’ll be involved in a car accident, rather than never drive at all? almost definitely.
Life is a gambling game.
Often, yes. Sometimes no.
Every day I wonder this. And I want to ask him this so badly.
you won’t know until you try, now will you?
Depends on the situation
Most of the time, yes.
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