Take your chance if you have one. Don’t let fear or procrastination or negativity get in your way. Don’t let them cripple you. Take your chance when you still have time- not tomorrow, but today.
Because if not you will be filled with the “what if’s” in your life. You will keep coming back to that moment when you have a chance but turned your back.
Just a warning though, taking a chance is not the end. The next thing would be the result. And there would only be two: either you succeed or you fail.
Everybody dreams of success. We have envisioned it and ready to embrace it the moment it comes. But we dread of failure. The feeling of utter defeat especially by a move you make.
There’s not a question about success, but one thing to ask is, are you ready to fail, if ever?
Taking a chance is a risk, and you should be ready for the result, be it success of failure.
Failure is something people can’t easily accept. It’s one thing we, as much as possible, try to avoid. So most of the time it’s either we succeed or we play it safe.
Everyone has a failure experience. Actually successful people fail more than the unsuccessful ones. What’s the difference? I guess it’s what they do about it.
If you take a chance and succeed, that would be a great victory.
If you take a chance and fail, you would learn a great deal.
But if you let if pass and just wait on the sidelines, there would come a time you’ll have that “what if” in your life. Now you don’t want that to happen, do you? It’s not everyday that it happens, so when opportunity strike, grab it.
So I say stop playing safe. It’s better to take a chance and fail than not to take any chance at all.