The Benefits of Being Unadventurous

It’s no shame to be shy, cautious, and careful.

Yes, you might be unadventurous by temperament. But for the unadventurous, everything ventured becomes an adventure.

You don’t have to have less courage. You’ll get to spend more time arm-in-arm with courage than the boldest.

And if you have courage, “unadventurous” as you may be, you will get more adventure than anyone else.

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James Walpole

James Walpole is a writer, startup marketer, and perpetual apprentice. You're reading his blog right now, and he really appreciates it. Don't let it go to his head, though.

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