Table 2 provides the same information for RISKTAKER
Does the company need an aggressive Risktaker
, or should it seek another merger partner?
Bryan's students feel they can be risktakers
and know that they will not be ridiculed for incorrect answers.
are picking up stocks and lapping up the public issues lined up in the rising market.
True virtue is to buy at the bottom and the real risktakers
recognise this is more or less now.
Their cosmopolitan nature, a home for adventurers and risktakers
, a haven for nouveau riche and long-term poor, makes them "edgy" places, and frequent rows over the years with their capital cities are par for the course.
They are natural risktakers
who become successful working within the strategy now in place and the availability of venture capital.
may be drawn to the private sector, where they are more likely to be rewarded, while risk-avoiders seek out government work for job security.
Kent Stowell and Francia Russell, former New York City Ballet dancers and now artistic directors of Pacific Northwest Ballet, are also risktakers
, seldom playing it safe with either their repertoire or their programming.
At the State Capitol, the time-portal exhibits will establish California as reflecting the cutting-edge of opportunity - and forever define Californians as risktakers
, eccentrics, entrepreneurs and innovators with incredible capacity for periodically reinventing the state itself.
Those who pick red are energetic, ambitious and high-achieving risktakers
, while those who opt for white are dreamers looking for inner contentment.
This generation has produced some of the best risktakers
and problem solvers and inventors ever.