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Failing Doesn’t Have to Mean Failure

(The 5 lessons I’ve learned about failing)

Learn from Failure. 5 Lessons I learned from failing.
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At some point or another, we all will encounter something at which we are not innately good. That is, if we decide to take risks and try new to do new things. And trying new things is essential for one’s own personal growth. However, how we handle failing to succeed at something will determine the consequences.




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Brett Millan

Brett Millan

I’m a curious person, who pursues different interests, from Anthropology to Writing to Education and also Business/Finance. I love to share perspectives.

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