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How This Entrepreneur Stays Optimistic When It Comes to Risk Taking Risk is involved in every entrepreneur's journey. Here's how this entrepreneur approaches it.

By Rose Leadem

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

Risk is a key part of the entrepreneurial game. And Anke Albert, the founder of healthy cookie and granola company Anke's Fit Bakery, agrees.

"Taking risks is just part of growing a business," she says in the video. "We always have to readjust the direction we're going."

Related: 5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Risk-Taking

While everyone's entrepreneurial journey is different, there's no doubt you'll run into risk more than a few times. The good news about risk, according to Albert, is you can always go back.

Related: 7 Risks Every Entrepreneur Must Take

"Your risks don't always work out, but you think about it… and if it makes sense, at least you have to give it a try," Albert advises.

To learn more about risk taking from Albert, click play.

This video was shot at Pilotworks.

Rose Leadem is a freelance writer for Entrepreneur.com. 

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