“IF You DON’T Take RISKS, You’re GUARANTEED to FAIL!” Mark Zuckerberg #Entspresso
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Risk-Taking Enhances Emotional Health. To gain confidence, kids need to try big, scary things. They need to see that even if they fail, they can try again. Eventually, they will master a new skill. And that feels really good.
That mastery is more meaningful if the stakes are higher—if there is a bigger risk of failure (or even injury). Here are five reasons why you should take a few risks from time to time. 1. Generate New Possibilities. If you take risks and put yourself on the line, you could create a whole new set of opportunities for the future. Taking risks and succeeding can motivate children to seek further achievements.
Failing can lead to testing new ideas, and finding personal capabilities and limits. In this way, children can overcome fears and build new skills. We mentored a group of educators in a research project trialling how to best introduce kids to risk. It’s up to parents, she says, to take the lead. Why kids need risk, fear and excitement in play “We need to promote constructive failure,” says Weingarten. “Kids can’t be afraid to face the normal repercussions associated with taking risks.” But how do we, as parents, find a balance between giving kids space and helping them?
First, your children’s personality plays a big role. Some kids are born to be risk takers while others are born to be risk averse. In the former case, you have to rein their risk taking in and, in. Allow and promote risk-taking.
It’s temping as parents and caregivers to protect children from every potentially stressful or risky situation. Just like a toddler learning to walk, they have to fall and bump into a few things before they get it right. Allow your child to take small risks and help them figure out how to manage whatever happens.
Letting children put themselves or others at risk of serious physical harm. Not stepping in when a child is doing something dangerous. Encouraging children to do things that are blatantly dangerous, or that we know they are too young to do safely. Being too physically far from our children to help them if needed. Taking a risk to achieve a goal requires courage to face the fear of uncertainty.
No matter the outcome, either way, we grow through the process and become more resilient and confident. Better yet, building those skills helps in taking more risks and improves the chances of achieving future goals. You don’t need to jump head first into a tonne of risks, but you can practise the art of taking one small risk each day. It can be as simple as saying hello to someone new, learning a new skill or applying for a new job.
Whatever your comfort threshold is, start testing it out each and every day. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. My knowledge helps me to be confident, and I like taking risks. 3. We learn from risks — and those lessons may lead us on an important, new path.
But beyond the external opportunities and recognition risk-taking can bring, it also provides an opportunity for internal growth.
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