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What’s the biggest risk you took in life and how did it turn out?

What’s the biggest risk you took in life and how did it turn out?

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  1. Quitting my job, packing everything and moving across country to be with a women I had only dated for about 3 months. We’re celebrating our 10 year wedding anniversary in about 3 months.

  2. Quit a decent job to take another one, largely about something I knew nothing about, 500 miles away. Moved out of my parents home and into a place of my own for the first time. Also now 90 minutes away from a woman I was nuts over, and hoped to make that conversion.

    What happened was a mixed bag. I loathed the job and cursed it every day. I still have it. The woman broke my heart.

    But–I grew up. Living on a shoestring forced me to get my act together and dig my ass out of debt. I was able to buy a house, live on my own, pay my bills and stay out of jail. That’s worthy of some self-respect.

    I’m a great believer in the double-edged sword. There’s good and there’s bad, and they come together.

  3. In my culture, men stay at home with their parents till they get married.

    I applied for and got into a top private university for my masters and left. I had the time of my life partying, socializing, adulting and got a good job at nearly double the salary of my old one.

  4. Moved across the world for my then girlfriend leaving a very secure (and boring) government job for a new job in a country I had never been in before. We’ve now been married for 17 years and have three kids. Turned out great 😉

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