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I want to express the idea that:

  1. If you want to be rich, you have to have guts and take a big risk.

  2. If you want to achieve a high position in your society, like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessarily taking risk).

Does "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" express those two ideas?

Is it a popular idiom in English?

If not, what is another way to express those two ideas?

I want to express the idea that:

  1. If you want to be rich, you have guts and take a big risk.

  2. If you want to achieve a high position in your society like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessarily taking risk).

Does "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" express those two ideas?

Is it a popular idiom in English?

If not, what is another way to express those two ideas?

I want to express the idea that:

  1. If you want to be rich, you have to have guts and take a big risk.

  2. If you want to achieve a high position in your society, like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessarily taking risk).

Does "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" express those two ideas?

Is it a popular idiom in English?

If not, what is another way to express those two ideas?

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is "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" a popular idiom or provebproverb in English?

I want to express the idea thatthat:

idea 1: if you want to be rich, you have guts and take a big risk.

idea 2: if you want to achieve a high position in your society like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessary taking risk)

  1. If you want to be rich, you have guts and take a big risk.

  2. If you want to achieve a high position in your society like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessarily taking risk).

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So, is "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success"Is it a popular idiom in English?

If it is not, then what is otheranother way to express the 2 abovethose two ideas?

is "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" a popular idiom or proveb in English?

I want to express idea that:

idea 1: if you want to be rich, you have guts and take a big risk.

idea 2: if you want to achieve a high position in your society like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessary taking risk)

does the "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" express the 2 above ideas?

So, is "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" a popular idiom in English?

If it is not, then what is other way to express the 2 above ideas?

is "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" a popular idiom or proverb in English?

I want to express the idea that:

  1. If you want to be rich, you have guts and take a big risk.

  2. If you want to achieve a high position in your society like becoming a doctor or lawyer, you need to have a strong will (strong will is enough, not necessarily taking risk).

Does "fortune favors the bold; cheek brings success" express those two ideas? 

Is it a popular idiom in English?

If not, what is another way to express those two ideas?

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