A personal recount on the risks in the life
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When I reached the bottom of the hill I had to turn. Notice their progress, cheer them on, and help them smile. My back wheel slid out from under me and I proceeded to sweep the ground with my body. Here is the current list I am working from. I went right and at the same time hit a small patch of gravel. There was no real product, no customers and no money coming in. Sometimes, that factory in our head fails us and we take dumb risks. When tomorrow comes, today will be gone forever. Ask anyone who has burnt their fingers playing with futures and options without truly understanding what the instruments meant. This was a big decision. The risks I took were more about my future than physical harm. My time on the bike, and dealing with other risks growing up, helped me think through the decisions in front of me. Our minds are creative and they can go too far when it comes to imagining downsides. Second, I was hedging my bets. Thus it will always seem like something wonderful might be happening elsewhere.
The more happiness you help others find in life, the more happiness you will find. I had no experience being a software executive, but I believed my past experience would make me successful. This is what happens when you open your heart and mind to the greatest joys of life.
In my mind, it was neither. You are a piece of art.
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The result is a life filled with honesty and love. I saw a few things about this opportunity. Each such decision is a tradeoff representing a desired outcome versus the potential costs and consequences. Remember, happiness comes from your own choices and actions. It is only possible to live happily ever after on a daily basis. After months of debate with myself, I took the job. I learned more in this four years than I have at any time. Which is why the happiest among us take small risks every day. Risk is an inherent part of living a good life. There was no real product, no customers and no money coming in. I applied and got into a college that would put me in debt for 10 years after I graduated.
My goal is to reflect on and capture as many life lessons as possible. You too will inadvertently break some hearts, so remember how it felt when yours was broken.
Down days and disappointments are completely normal, and not something you should feel guilty about having. The outcome can again be something that is an outcome or by-product of doing it, or the lack of an outcome of not doing it.
In its place will be something that you have left behind. I saw a few things about this opportunity. Life is too short to let it pass by.
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