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Leaders have to decide to go with speed, risk and courage instead of safety, slowly and caution. I have to face problems, challenges, may be hurt, embarrassed and even struggled through the tough time. So what, this would not stop to take a risk. I would love to die on that way where I was living with a feeling of “DOING”. Life is doing not discussing.

I cannot imagine a person who lives his entire life without risk. In fact, life itself is a big risk, where we do not know what the next moment would be. Don’t you think that we all are travelling on the most unknown road?

We can improve our lives by taking risk, decisions, courage and action. Face the challenges. Blind people face risk at every step they move forward. Katherine Mansfield said, “Whenever I prepare for a journey I prepare as though for death. Thinking that if I never return then all should be in order.”

We can be embarrassed, hurt and out of comfort zone. But, to live at the same level without any victory is more tragic. The person who does not do anything and living life with simple routine will never come out of comfort zone.

“The policy of being too cautious is more risk and we pay more heavy prices in a life.” Very well asserted by Andre Guide.

January 31, 2010 evening, Roger Federal, a tennis sports player taking more risk in smashing strokes against R. Murray in the final of AUS- OPEN Tournament to win over. He captured the winner trophy, which he had lost last year on the same ground. The policy of safety and too consciousness is more risky than taking risk over.

We make things more difficult and hard by not taking risk. In fact, we cannot find out new things because we have lost the power of venture. People who all have ventured have travelled far from their sight, place and world.

The policy of being too cautious is more risky as people pay more heavy prices in life.

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