Addicted to Failure: Three Billionaires on How to Win the Game of Life
Charles Chu

Failures can be viewed as part of a game and easily forgiven only when they affect no one but yourself. The problem is, most failures have fallout — negative consequences to family, friends, investors, co-workers — the people counting on you. It’s pretty hard to forgive yourself for letting others down.

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