More on Gladwell and Risk

Posted by: John Tozzi on January 13, 2010

For example, consider a person who bootstraps a small part-time venture on an unproven idea while keeping his day job. Low financial risk, but potential social risk, because they’re trying something new and might fail at it. Contrast that to a person who quits his job and mortgages his house to start a business. Tremendous financial risk

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