Nothing is completely wrong; Even a broken clock is right twice a day — Paulo Coelho

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I came across this quote today, and it has stayed with me all day, and felt it would be a good thing to share the thoughts it provoked in me.

Coming from a place where I have internalized failure as being a part of being alive, it took me a while to realize you don’t need to be right always; You only need to be right once. (It’s so overtly obvious, that it covertly isn’t)

To quote Thomas Edison,” I have not failed, I have just found 1000 other ways it won’t work.”

It doesn’t matter if taking a step back helps you move forward 5 more, as long as you are moving ;):D

Your thoughts?

What is your favorite mantra?

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Adnan Morbiwala

Adnan Morbiwala

Bringing change, one step at a time. https://www.linkedin.com/in/irfanmorbiwala

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