I am a Risk Taker
After digesting my previous blog post on “You are worth it: How to overcome Imposter Syndrome”, I realized the need to explain my life as a risk-taker.
Who is a Risk Taker?
A Risk-Taker is a person who is willing to do things that involve danger or f$$d
One of the biggest risks I’ve taken in life was declining my medical admission into a Private University in Nigeria. I linked this period with regret and pain but today, I’m filled with a heart of gratitude and joy that I made this decision which changed my life forever! I always knew this day of gratitude would come, although I didn’t know how long it may take.
One of the best things about adulthood for me so far is risk-taking. I made a decision earlier this year that I needed to explore more in career, relationships, friendships and places. Over the past few months, I’ve met, conversed and communicated with different people who have different personalities, lifestyle, challenges and solutions. I like the fact that we all have our different lives. I like the process of getting to know people for who they are, it makes life more interesting.
From the experiences I’ve had in the past few months, what I can absolutely say is “The best years of my life are ahead”.
I am who I am and where I am today as a result of the risks I took in the past. Walking in God’s purpose has made life better and more beautiful.
One of my readers wrote, “I’m still grateful to Art of True Zeal for believing in me”. These words makes me so happy.
I’m grateful and blessed to write my personal experiences, life challenges with solutions while exploring and living life to the fullest.
I am Janet Reuben
I am a Writer and Blogger
Founder of Art of True Zeal Blog
Thank you for reading this short sweet note to myself.
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