It is interesting what is risky to one person is a simple challenge to another. One person may believe that anything is worth a try and another may think that the risk of failing, tips the balance.
So what determines how we evaluate whether something is worth the risk?
Well maybe it’s when we think that something is being to be too costly: financial cost, emotional cost or the risk of being not quite good enough?
Are we prone to over exaggerating the risks? Do we not take risks in life everyday. Each decision we make has an element of risk, as it may turn out well or it may not. We may be good at something or we may not. We may be successful or we may not. We somehow balance the risk in our minds, the result of which determines the quality of our lives.
When I decided to train as a Clinical Hypnotherapist did I take a risk? (Cathy Eland, Course Tutor at Liverpool CPHT)
When my clients come to see me about their anxieties, do they take a risk?
‘Yes’ is the answer.
But wouldn’t it be useful for us to look at each opportunity and realistically evaluate the risk. If that risk involves an element of anxiety, are we not able to say to ourselves, it’s worth it. Progress always carries a price, and that price is that we manage ourselves to stay focused on our goal.
That is the way that a big risk becomes small, perhaps not a risk at all, now a challenge or a simple task.
Was it worth the risk to train as a Clinical Hypnotherapist? Yes, Oh Blimey Yes
Is it worth your risk?
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