He took risks
only when it seemed necessary, and then he would hesitate at nothing.
One explanation for the discrepancy may be the fact that many of the studies linking narcissism and risk-taking were based on self-reports--essentially, narcissists saying that they took risks
in certain situations.
America-Israel Friendship League: "American Jewish chaplains even took risks
for survivors that could have gotten them court-martialed.
THE family of a man who plunged 300ft to his death down a mountain said he was an experienced walker who never took risks
THEY both took risks
on TV, but I consider one outcome far more tragic than the other.
But those "white intellectuals" of yesteryear did a lot more than dream--they took risks
, often put their lives on the line, confronted the authorities and vigilantes alike .
Suarez as the first-cast Firebird took risks
with the choreography, which added a welcome sense of danger.
In both cases, the antagonists took risks
to share the land and its resources, quelling imminent violence through a partial relinquishing of power.
He put this down to the notion than "real" men took risks
and did not wear condoms or get sick.
I took risks
that I'd only do for the national title.
They took risks
, failed a few times, and continue to thrive in their respective niches.
They also regularly took risks
on films and filmmakers other executives would laugh out of their overdecorated offices - or cower behind their massive desks from in fear.
Many of the Altiris founders and original employees took risks
and went without paychecks in the beginning to help turn an innovative technology into a thriving multinational corporation.