All of us fail at one thing or another in our lives, but not everyone succeeds at failure. Succeeding at failure does not come naturally but rather is an acquired skill born of experience, learning, and emotional maturity. We have a tendency to fall down in life and either wallow in the fact that we fell or pull people down to join us. I suggest that those who’ve been down the path of failure and have learned how to fail successfully are far and away ahead of the game. Their success comes from the simple fact that they know you can fail backward or forward, and they consistently fail forward.
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