Very few failures are fatal.

Even death is rarely failure, more so an inevitability.

It’s really our expectations of success and failure that make our “failures” feel heavy and discouraging.

But failure is also one of the best ways to learn quickly. And every failure is a turning point—a moment of change and learning.

When you fail—you are going to remember it vividly. It sucks.

The majority of the time we shy away from failure and embarrassment, but what if we leaned into it instead?

Take advantage of your failures by doing better in the future.

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1692

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