To do that which is “risky” is to assume some level of danger in the process not the outcome.
Mostly that which is risky to undertake produces positive outcomes, impacts and is more rewarding.
The danger(s) associated with taking on such a task makes it a “no-go” area for many.
But you can still pursue that which is risky in a safe way.
It takes having a plan, paying attention to details, consistent commitment to cross all “Ts” and dot all “Is” in a systematic fashion and a bold spirit to safely pursue a risky task.
So don’t just cross a task out because it’s risky. Understand how you can pursue same safely and take it on – for the impact is greater.