Risk it all – Gain it all

You should know by now that I am a risk-taker. I have a lot of faith and, truth be told, my risks are pretty calculated. I do my best due diligence before I take any sort of action, and do what I can to eliminate undesired results. Then I charge forward with the belief that no matter what happens, everything will work out fine—or at least the way it was supposed to. I trust one hundred percent of my being to the universe.

If you don’t risk money, you’re not going to make a lot of it. If you don’t risk your emotions, you can’t have a deep, fulfilling relationship. If you don’t risk falling short of your dreams, you’ll never come close to them.
But don’t take a risk while focusing on what could go wrong, because the law of attraction will ensure that what you fear most will happen. If you focus on failure, you can never succeed. If you focus on being hurt by a relationship, you can never feel loved. But don’t take my word for it—test my ideas by starting to take risks. You have been given the unique power to make choices. Every other animal on this planet is confined.

But you have the ability to co-create your own destiny with the powers given to you. To achieve the life of your dreams, you must first have total and undeniable faith in yourself and in God, your Creator, the Universal Intelligence—whatever you choose to call your source. That’s why the greatest risks of all are called leaps of faith.

Are you ready to take a leap of faith to live the life of your dreams? My FREE guide below can help you achieve your goals and more.

John

 

Comments

  1. Begin with something rather small-once you conquer that, you’ll be able to do it again when something bigger comes along! I remember my city’s rotten subway system making me late for an Amtrak train trip from NYC to Atlanta. I was told that I could take the next DC train and run the risk of catching that Atlanta train. I was also told that it may be there in the train station or that I might get left behind in DC. My Atlanta hotel room was booked and some friends were picking me up in GA so I took the risk and went. Contact me IF you’re genuinely interested in how the trip turned out ok?

  2. Wonderful, John. Thank you very much for this post. With the business I’m about to launch still on track where I believe and not see yet, that’s what we call faith, right? ;)I’m quite risky but over the so called “Point of No Return”… The Answer, this Blog, the Momentum Calls and Your HIA Affirmations CD keep me going…
    Keep on the good work and thanks again 🙂

  3. Wonderful, John. Thank you very much for this post. With the business I’m about to launch still on track where I believe and not see yet, that’s what we call faith, right? ;)I’m quite risky but over the so called “Point of No Return”… The Answer, this Blog, the Momentum Calls and Your HIA Affirmations CD keep me going…
    Keep on the good work and thanks again 🙂

  4. John, I could have written that myself as it is just how I think but more importantly to all readers – Having It All is a first step to your dreams… Let John take you on an amazing journey – you will always thank yourself (and John) just like I do everyday! Amazing man, amazing work!
    Smiles and best wishes, Bill

  5. John, I could have written that myself as it is just how I think but more importantly to all readers – Having It All is a first step to your dreams… Let John take you on an amazing journey – you will always thank yourself (and John) just like I do everyday! Amazing man, amazing work!
    Smiles and best wishes, Bill

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  8. Nancy B. says:

    Yes, I do absolutely know that if you focus on failure, that is exactly what you will get. Have you ever noticed that when you throw a ball, it goes where you are looking? If you are looking at the window you don’t want to break, that is where it will go. However, if you focus on exactly where you DO want the ball to go, that is likely where the ball will end up. And, of course, you can always just hold onto the ball and have it go nowhere. Interesting! Thanks, John Good read, as usual.

  9. Nancy B. says:

    Yes, I do absolutely know that if you focus on failure, that is exactly what you will get. Have you ever noticed that when you throw a ball, it goes where you are looking? If you are looking at the window you don’t want to break, that is where it will go. However, if you focus on exactly where you DO want the ball to go, that is likely where the ball will end up. And, of course, you can always just hold onto the ball and have it go nowhere. Interesting! Thanks, John Good read, as usual.

  10. John,

    As you so rightly point out, one of the greatest problems many face in their life’s journey, is the inherent value of beliefs, with the inability or unwillingness to look beyond them. We are taught specific things by our parents and carers. Our thought patterns are moulded by the life we lead through our childhood, through our teen years into adulthood. By the careful guidance of those who want the best for us and use their own life experience, to see us safely through our junior years. These are often coloured by actions which have always erred on the side of caution, in lives which are otherwise unimpressive, perhaps dull and boring. Simply everyday and uneventful lives – perceived as normal.

    If we are not taught to question; to search and seek answers, we never learn to take risks. When you are the result of a family unit, where risk is not considered a reasonable action, you never learn to step out of your comfort zone and simply takes each day as it unfolds.

    However, many learn through experience, to find their own way in life and this includes mishaps (I believe there are no mistakes in life, if we learn from them: They are simply lessons) from which they learn lessons and move ever forward. Taking (calculated) risks is an integral part of this growth process.

    Those who have faith in themselves and believe in what they’re doing, learn that life offers wonderful opportunities: If these inspirational individuals have the courage to take hold of life and know beyond question they will succeed, it comes to pass. Whilst ever we hold negative ideas, impressions and outcomes in our mind, then we influence the results of our actions. Whatever we think, we believe and subsequently become. That’s an indisputable fact of life. The Universe has a way of rewarding those with the courage and determination to challenge themselves.

    If you think you can’t, you surely won’t: If you believe you can, you truly will.

    Congratulations on a terrific program. It offers hope for those who need to understand their own magnificence and find the courage to shine.

    There is always a reason to succeed: We just have to discover it within ourselves.

    Cheers,

    Kieran

  11. John,

    As you so rightly point out, one of the greatest problems many face in their life’s journey, is the inherent value of beliefs, with the inability or unwillingness to look beyond them. We are taught specific things by our parents and carers. Our thought patterns are moulded by the life we lead through our childhood, through our teen years into adulthood. By the careful guidance of those who want the best for us and use their own life experience, to see us safely through our junior years. These are often coloured by actions which have always erred on the side of caution, in lives which are otherwise unimpressive, perhaps dull and boring. Simply everyday and uneventful lives – perceived as normal.

    If we are not taught to question; to search and seek answers, we never learn to take risks. When you are the result of a family unit, where risk is not considered a reasonable action, you never learn to step out of your comfort zone and simply takes each day as it unfolds.

    However, many learn through experience, to find their own way in life and this includes mishaps (I believe there are no mistakes in life, if we learn from them: They are simply lessons) from which they learn lessons and move ever forward. Taking (calculated) risks is an integral part of this growth process.

    Those who have faith in themselves and believe in what they’re doing, learn that life offers wonderful opportunities: If these inspirational individuals have the courage to take hold of life and know beyond question they will succeed, it comes to pass. Whilst ever we hold negative ideas, impressions and outcomes in our mind, then we influence the results of our actions. Whatever we think, we believe and subsequently become. That’s an indisputable fact of life. The Universe has a way of rewarding those with the courage and determination to challenge themselves.

    If you think you can’t, you surely won’t: If you believe you can, you truly will.

    Congratulations on a terrific program. It offers hope for those who need to understand their own magnificence and find the courage to shine.

    There is always a reason to succeed: We just have to discover it within ourselves.

    Cheers,

    Kieran

  12. Great Post John,

    One of the best Expert Interviews I have heard you host in regards to risk was with Frank Mckinney.

    Ryan

  13. Great Post John,

    One of the best Expert Interviews I have heard you host in regards to risk was with Frank Mckinney.

    Ryan

  14. John,
    I loved “Risk It All…”. We are here on this earth to live, love and be creative in living life to full out.
    We only get one chance at this wonderful life, let us stop living vicariously through the T.V. shows and sports heroes and truly live the life of our dreams, TODAY!

    Tim D

  15. John,
    I loved “Risk It All…”. We are here on this earth to live, love and be creative in living life to full out.
    We only get one chance at this wonderful life, let us stop living vicariously through the T.V. shows and sports heroes and truly live the life of our dreams, TODAY!

    Tim D

  16. Faith in ourselves is key. I have learned the hard way that focusing on the things you fear or don’t want to happen will surely bring those thing right to your door. We all have immense creative power. This power can be unconsciously used to bring negative things in our life or it can be harnessed to bring all of our goals and dreams to fruition. Once this is realized the next step is to realize that our egoic desires aren’t really what we want and will not bring the happiness we truly desire. When we are able to find peace and acceptance within ourselves then we can create the world around us as we wish it to be not because we “need” it to be that way.
    Namaste
    Zak
    http://freedom2live.hubhub.org/

  17. Faith in ourselves is key. I have learned the hard way that focusing on the things you fear or don’t want to happen will surely bring those thing right to your door. We all have immense creative power. This power can be unconsciously used to bring negative things in our life or it can be harnessed to bring all of our goals and dreams to fruition. Once this is realized the next step is to realize that our egoic desires aren’t really what we want and will not bring the happiness we truly desire. When we are able to find peace and acceptance within ourselves then we can create the world around us as we wish it to be not because we “need” it to be that way.
    Namaste
    Zak
    http://freedom2live.hubhub.org/

  18. thanks a lot for your article which was exactly what i need to hear to act a benefetial but smehow risky action which definitly would change my life.so i must thank God first then you.

  19. thanks a lot for your article which was exactly what i need to hear to act a benefetial but smehow risky action which definitly would change my life.so i must thank God first then you.