Why Starting a Business and Becoming an Entrepreneur is Risky
 

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As a kid, how often did you ride your bike fast down a steep street while letting go of the handlebars, or take your sled to the top of the highest hill in town, not even considering that one false move could end in a fall? Back then, you knew that the ride was worth the risk.

Now, all grown up with your own business, are you questioning every decision and avoiding the high hills of opportunity because of a fear of falling? It's a natural reaction, but it can kill your aspirations and cost you the thrill of that amazing ride to success. Here are some things to consider that may make it easier to leap more fully into entrepreneurship:

1. Worst case scenario:

What's the worst that could happen if you take this risk and fail? Would it be a setback for your business? Maybe. Would it destroy your business completely? Probably not. Take a look at the most disastrous possibility. Could you survive it? If so, it may be time to jump...

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Why Starting a Business and Becoming an Entrepreneur is Risky