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  1. I feel truly blessed to be part of this community Jay. What a great job you, Aaron and all the guys from PRO have made with Insideout II..Can’t wait to share it with relatives and friends!

  2. Dear Teacher.
    l am very happy to be here together with people who shows same or different kind of interested for the value you are giving to ous. l am so happy.
    You know more than my journey its not been easy but l have understood sorry to say so important to use a notebook and a pencil you are teaching ous new things each day. The best l loved with SFM is that l can compromise better and use more freedom and the sad part is l have to train better about when to start and where to end. Your addication is pure like our swedish legal schools here in sweden. l see no difference between your quality international teaching and now l write to fast l am messing up with my computer…l am sorrry for this…l wish you a great day..miss your webinars…take good care…alot of blessings from Sweden to my especial teacher.

    Warm Regards.
    Your New Active Student.

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The Myth of the Risk-Takers

April 8, 2010 | 0

In a recent piece in one of my favorite mags, the New Yorker titled “The Sure Thing,” Malcolm Gladwell, the king of countering widely held American assumptions, wrote that risk taking is not actually a widespread quality among hugely successful entrepreneurs. In fact, it’s just the opposite. Major entrepreneurs like Ted Turner and John Paulson are in reality so risk averse that they take—or took, when accumulating their massive wealth—all possible precautions to reduce risk. Big-time entrepreneurs, Gladwell suggests, are not the kind of wild gamblers who, because they have the courage to take big risks, eventually make a lot of money. They are more akin to the MIT Blackjack Team, from the book “Bringing Down the House,” or the movie with Kevin Spacey “21,” who discovered the game of blackjack was legally beatable, if you applied certain mathematical principles to it.

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