Reward Risk Not Failure

by - m on 10/05/2011

Yes. Ask forgiveness not permission.

Yes. No one ever stole second base by standing on first.

But keep in mind that risk means to expose someone or something valued to danger, harm, or loss.

Before you take the risk, think things through. 

We read often about the rewards associated with taking a risk.

But with risk there is also peril. (That’s why it’s called risk).

As leaders we should seek out those willing to take risks.

But there is a fine line between taking a risk and risky behavior.

It’s our job to recognize the difference and to reward risk

not failure.

– m

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