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Most of us are gambling on the biggest risk of all: the bet that we can buy the freedom to do what we want later in life. In order to change the world and the less-than-promising course of history, we must do what we love.
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Boat woman smiling happy looking at the sea sailing by. Asian / Caucasian female model.
Boat woman smiling happy looking at the sea sailing by. Asian / Caucasian female model.

Most of us are gambling on the biggest risk of all: the bet that we can buy the freedom to do what we want later in life. In order to change the world and the less-than-promising course of history, we must do what we love now. Ask yourself this question: "What would have to happen one year from now in order for you to look back and say it was your most successful and fulfilling year yet?" There's a difference between learning it and living it. Learning it means waking up every day knowing you're doing something less than your wildest dreams. Living it means courageously stepping toward your wildest dreams, even if you don't know where to begin.

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