Taking Risks

Don’t stop because you have an accident or a problem. Don’t stop because someone’s not interested.
Don’t stop because you have an accident or a problem. Don’t stop because someone’s not interested.

GARY: I crashed my plane 5 years ago. The FAA inspector who came the next morning said it was the worst crash he’d inspected in 27 years that somebody walked away from. That was my second one; and then 3 years ago, a third one. But I didn’t stop. I went and got another plane. This was my third crash. Only I wasn’t flying this one.

You don’t stop because you have an accident. You don’t stop because you have a problem. You don’t stop because somebody says, “I’m not interested in your essential oils. They stink.”

There’s a risk in coming to convention; you might get addicted to Young Living!

There’s a risk in doing research. Now if you don’t know who the foreigner is in this photo, look at the ankles. This is in the Forbidden Zone in Yemen. I was the first foreigner to go into the Forbidden Zone in 30 years. How did I get there? I sat on the minister’s step and wouldn’t take no for an answer. I wanted to do the research. I wanted to go to the ancient city of Shabwah [Yemen]. I wanted to film it and I wanted to be the first to video record it—and I was, because I wouldn’t take no for an answer.