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ABBA was right about risk, the experts were wrong

Updated: Aug 2

ABBA was right about risk, the experts were wrong
ABBA was right about risk, the experts were wrong

Are you someone who believes that taking risks always leads to negative outcomes? Do you think that there's no such thing as positive risk? Well, it's time to challenge that conventional wisdom and take a chance on a new perspective.

In the world of risk management, experts often argue that risk is always bad, negative, and leads to loss. But what if we told you that there's more to it than that? What if we told you that that risk can lead to positive outcomes and success?

ABBA, the legendary musical group, had it right all along with their song "Take a chance on me." They knew that taking a chance means embracing uncertainty and the possibility of both good and bad outcomes. In addition, the potential for positive outcomes is what makes taking a chance so compelling.

Why would anyone take a risk if it only involved the possibility of loss?

Rather than framing our decisions as taking risks, we should be thinking of them as taking chances with one extra step. We also make plans to improve the probability of positive outcomes while reducing the probability of the negative ones. That is what effective risk management looks like:

Risk adjusted plans improve the probability of success in the presence of uncertainty not in spite of it.

ABBA was right about risk, and it's time for us to embrace the power of taking chances.

So, are you ready to take a chance instead of just taking a risk?

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