Question your defaults while mitigating your risks


  1. Question some of the things you’ve assumed to be normal in your life
    For example, question why you use a particular productivity app instead of another. Ask yourself whether there is a better alternative you may have been ignoring.
  2. Keep your day job even as you pursue a risky business idea
    If you have a great business idea, start developing it slowly as you maintain your regular 9-5 job. When your business is making more money than your salary, then you can consider quitting.
  3. When you take a huge risk in one domain, become conventional in another
    If you make a risky investment in a particular stock in the stock market, balance it out by also investing in a more conservative stock. You can also make investments in other more stable areas. This will protect your wealth from being wiped out in case the risky investment doesn’t pay off. 


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