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#2 Not Taking Chaces

#2 Not Taking Chaces

This could be trying out that new job that excites you, though feels like a risk.

It could be asking out that person who has captured your interest, but who you are intimidated to talk to.

For many of these, though certainly not all, you’ll regret not having taken the chance, not having given it a shot.

You will then be left wondering, what if? What could have been? Why didn’t I do it? What was I so afraid of? Why did I play it so safe? What might I have missed out on?

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