10 Dangers of Always Making Safe Choices | Suzanne Kane
"I don't want an uneventful and safe life. I prefer an adventurous one." – Isabel Allende Every day you make choices. Some you make without thinking, part of a routine you've become accustomed to. Others you think about for a long time before deciding – if you do – to act. What most of us don't realize, however, is that the time for making choices is not infinite. You can procrastinate too long in making a decision and the opposite of that, acting too quickly and always going for the safe choice isn't wise either. What are some dangers of always making safe choices? You might be surprised. Yet there are proactive steps you can take to modify your decision-making approach, so you avoid these dangers and enjoy the rewards from taking calculated risks. 1. Life lacks excitement. A boring life may be safe, yet who wants to live bored all the time? That's the trouble with safe choices – you're not likely to get into trouble, yet you're not likely to find yourself excited about too