I get it… no one likes to fail right? It’s a blow to the ego, and depending on what you’re failing at, can be a blow to the wallet, or more.
So the obvious solution is to try to avoid failure. After all, we all try to avoid the things we don’t like (yep, I’m a rocket surgeon).
So here’s the problem with that… the only way to really avoid failure, is to not try things that are hard, and more often than not, it’s the things that are hard that are truly worth while.
In fact, I’ve got some pretty interesting personal history with failure, and you’d be surprised where it’s lead me. Check out the video above.
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