Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Chances are high that those who took the risk in whatever endeavor they have set their minds on succeeded. Most people however, take sometime to make decisions which often lead to keeping aside what could have been a perfect opportunity. Risk is almost always explained along the principles of events after tossing a coin. Coins have two sides. One side is that of head, and the other is labeled as tail. The probability that the coin will land on a head or a tail after it is tossed is 50%. Although it can not be denied that there are people who are really lucky and smart, seasoned and groomed to transcend all odds.