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Lessons from over a decade of engaging in risky behaviour

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Cliff notes version of my article, "Lessons from over a decade of engaging in risky behaviour" where I break the article down into 3 main lessons.

Be sure to read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2L5tvjN

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Lessons from over a decade of engaging in risky behaviour

  1. 1. LESSONS FROM OVER A DECADE OF ENGAGING IN RISKY BEHAVIOUR
  2. 2. DON'T BE TRAPPED BY DOGMA LESSON 1
  3. 3. DON'T BE TRAPPED BY DOGMA As you return from more adventures unscathed, you become less affected by naysayers. But not because you've become better at ignoring them. Rather, you start to understand that they're merely projecting their fears and limitations on you.
  4. 4. HANDLING RISKS LESSON 2
  5. 5. HANDLING RISKS There are alternatives to simply avoiding the risk. However, the go-to option for many people is to avoid it. And sometimes you accept risks, not because you're engaging in risky behaviour, but because there is no meaningful way to avoid or mitigate its impact.
  6. 6. KNOWING WHEN TO QUIT LESSON 3
  7. 7. KNOWING WHEN TO QUIT There's a lot of machismo when it comes to adventure sports, but true adventurers know when to quit. They're aware of their own limitations, are able to handle the risks and have the maturity to know that today is just not their day.
  8. 8. Read the full article to see how I transferred the lessons I learnt into my work context. http://bit.ly/2L5tvjN Read here:

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