Venture Capitalists Are Looking for Failures

Women on Business

Let me first state that there are two types of failures, the first are those that do nothing and fail, the second are those that take a risk and end up failing. The fact is that businesses will not assume the risks necessary for innovation and development if they’re not ok with the idea of failing on some level. The problem with fearing failure is that you ultimately avoid risk, don’t bet on yourself or your business, and stunt your richest experiences.

Reinvigorate Your Career by Taking the Right Kind of Risk

Harvard Business

Stephen Curry has built his NBA career on taking shots that others don’t: three-pointers from a crazy distance. Curry’s game is an example of taking on competitive risk. ” Embracing market risk in our careers is a high-percentage move. However, many people don’t know what assuming market risk looks like when applied to their career. That is your market risk opportunity. Career planning Digital Article

Decide, Change: The Two Essential Risks for Ultimate Success

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from Tom Panaggio : Risk is everywhere, and while common sense and consultants tell you to minimize risk, I suggest the opposite. I maintain that embracing what I call the "two essential risks" is necessary to achieve your ultimate success in business. Sure, you hope to avoid liability, investment, and market risks as you pursue your entrepreneurial dream, so you take steps to mitigate exposure. change risk success Tom Panaggio