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Five Reasons Why Failure is Awesome

I’ve decided that failure isn’t just inevitable or necessary, but that it’s actually kind of wonderful.

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By Christian Piatt

When I was in preschool, I was insanely jealous of the kids who were given speaking parts in the Christmas play. I actually “repeated” preschool because I was too young for Kindergarten…

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