risk-taker


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Byline: Stuart Cosgrove | Broadcaster and St Johnstone fan Photographer Brian Sweeney is a risk-taker
If you are have the Risk-Taker talent, you instinctively know how to handle uncertainty.
Here was my reply: "I am not so much of a risk-taker.
Even if you're not a natural risk-taker, it will provoke reflections on life's meaning that ultimately lead to transitions and changes, and is dedicated ".
Not only do we need to reassess the existing role of the State as an investor and risk-taker but continue to reinvent and reform that role so that we can work and deliver in partnership for the people of Northern Ireland.
Banks and executives warn that the regulations could drive risk-taker talent to the United States or Asia.
Amer, a 32-year-old Jordanian, has been a smoker since his early teens and finds that the risk-taker versus risk-avoider divide is a fitting one.
John sought exotic thrills, but was not a foolhardy risk-taker.
There, near his beloved family home, John Walton, a risk-taker of the kind seldom witnessed within the world of large-scale philanthropy, died tragically on June 27, 2005, while flying a small, experimental plane.
To win her sister's freedom, she must become a risk-taker.