How to become a better risk-taker

06/24/2013 | Forbes

Many people are reluctant to take risks because they overestimate the chances of failure or imagine the worst possible consequences, writes Margie Warrell. You can become more comfortable with risk by analyzing the cost of inaction and examining how fear is influencing your decision-making process, she writes. "Fear regret more than failure -- history has shown that we fail far more from timidity than we do from over daring," she writes.

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