Nineteen percent of CEOs say they take more risks now than they did when starting out; 30 percent take fewer risks. Below, they explain their approaches to betting the farm.
"Starting out, I had no choice but to risk everything. With growth, I have the resources to better evaluate my options."
-- Chris Lovchik, LHR Technologies
"If you want to continue to grow, you need to continue to take risks, and these risks are generally greater ones."
-- Mike Jackson, Adayana
"One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time."
-- Andrew B. Dwyer, DVS Group
"Every decision I make affects 30 families. Taking risks on their livelihood is a very heavy responsibility."
-- Ron Huber, Achieve Internet
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