I was travelling internationally with some less experienced travelers recently.
I knew this going in, so I knew I’d need to be patient and just put up with certain things.
As with any group dynamic, different people move at different speeds.
It can be frustrating if you aren’t prepared for it.
Inexperience shows easily.
You see it in the way people behave.
The choices they make.
And especially in what they worry about.
People who always focus on “security” or “comfort” always have the toughest time when things fall apart.
And face it, things always do.
That’s just life.
But if you are used to living in the *illusion* of security, then you simply don’t know what to do when the proverbial hits the fan.
And your comfort and security will eventually be shattered.
And it’ll be a rude awakening for you.
Entrepreneurs tend not to have this problem.
Because they understand the risk-reward paradigm.
They’ve voluntarily signed up for the school of hard knocks, so they are not living in the illusion of security.
So when something “bad” happens, they know they just have to deal with it.
They sort it out and make it right again.
It’s a kind of mental toughness that improves your life.
Rather than keeping you cowering in the corners.
So choose a life of RISK and ADVENTURE instead of the ILLUSION of comfort and security.
It’s actually better in the end. (And much more exciting along the way).
But it works.
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