The law of averages states that the (more/higher number of)- intelligent risks you take in life, the more you'll achieve.
The more risks in life you take is usually determined by how much courage you have.
Courage is developed through self-confidence.
I've played it safe all my life, and I'm very sorry, and I wish I was more of a risk taker. I'm promising myself from now on to take more risks.
Would you consider yourself a risk taker?
Bill Gate's is a prime example of how taking intelligent risks will increase your chances of success(for anyone who's studied his history- from dos to windows, and many other examples).
Anyways, what risks you do you wish you made in the past that you didn't. What risks do you hope to make in the future?