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Title
Learning from failure
Type
Text
Monograph
Language
English
Content
text
Summary
"Life is a journey fraught with pitfalls and setbacks, and failure is an inevitable companion that we must all face. At some point in your life, you will stumble and fall. It's a fact of life, and there's no escaping it. But fear not, for failure is not the end of the road. It's not a sign of weakness or incompetence. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Failure is an opportunity to learn, to grow, and to become better than you were before. It's a chance to reassess your goals, to identify your weaknesses, and to develop a plan for improvement. Failure can be painful and humbling, but it can also be a source of strength and resilience. Those who have experienced failure and learned from it are often the ones who go on to achieve great success. They know that failure is not the end, but rather a stepping stone on the path to success. In this book, we're going to explore the concept of failing forward and learning from failure. We'll examine the mindset and strategies that can help you turn failure into a springboard for success. So if you've ever experienced the bitter taste of failure, or if you're afraid to take risks for fear of falling short, this book is for you. Let's embrace failure as a natural part of life, and let's learn to fail forward"-- Provided by publisher.
Authorized Access Point
Baker, Maher Asaad, 1977- Learning from failure