The most dangerous people are those with nothing to lose. And when you have nothing to lose, you have everything to gain.
A person can take the most risk when nothing else is at stake. It has been said that fighters inside the boxing ring will fight harder when they don’t have family or friends watching them. They will endure far more suffering and will fight until their last breath if they have to. But if they have loved ones around them watching them get knocked out over and over again, they have a different strategy. Their priority is leaving the ring enact over winning the match. They don’t want their loved ones to watch suffer horrible injuries or die in there.
When you compete with someone who has nothing to lose, you must understand that the struggle you will both face will not be equal. For example, someone who has a family dependent on him or her for financial security will likely take less risks that put their job in jeopardy. However, someone who is single and does not have people depending on them for survival, is willing to take more risks because they are the only one who will be affected.