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Anneke Zwart, Student (University), Netherlands
🔥NEW In today’s dynamic and ever-changing economy, the times of having a secured job for the rest of your life are past. All of us now need to make choices regularly that will influence our life and career path. Living a safe life does not mean to do the things the way they’ve always been done anymore. Actually, doing nothing in today's times of uncertainty could actually be more risky than not taking chances at all. So risk-taking is nowadays more and more a critical factor for success. But not all people are natural-born risk-takers. And there are many factors that influence the degree to which we are taking risks and are acting . Past experiences, emotional histories and all play a role. Giang (2017) describes 3 ways to make yourself more comfortable with taking a chance. According to her, you can control (to a certain extent) the psychological responses that hinder you from taking chances by overcoming certain psychological issues. Here are some techniques to make yourself more c (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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