Risk is the most common topic that comes up in our conversations with entrepreneurs and so each week we ask entrepreneurs to talk to us on the record about how they think about risk.

Jay Fresh | Entrepreneur & Author

I’ve always had a “just do it, what’s the worst that could happen?” type of mentality. If I have an idea, I go for it. If it fails, I step back, analyze, take notes, and try again. Taking risks for me actually isn’t the risk at all. NOT taking the risk is. If you don’t ever try, you’re already counting yourself out. Success comes from trying. I’ve come as far as I have because I wasn’t afraid to try. Read more>>

Citlalli Torres | Licensed Esthetician

Risk plays a huge part when it comes to starting your own business. When it came to me taking that risk I was so scared that I was going to fail, but I knew if I never took that risk I would never know if I would be successful or not so I took that risk and I am glad I did. I knew when I took that risk I had to be willing to give it %110 to make my dreams happen. Read more>>

Mariana Monterrubio | Author / Life Coach /Podcaster

During my younger years, taking risks was an innate part of my personality. I was confident in my abilities and decision-making skills. However, as I grew older, I became more doubtful due to external influences. When contemplating risks, I consider the potential consequences, both positive and negative. Is the risk worth taking? Read more>>