Why You Need to Fail to Succeed

It’s an inevitable part of life. It’s disappointing. We all go through it and learn from it. It’s failure – and it’s a part of success.

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2 thoughts on “Why You Need to Fail to Succeed

  1. Working very very hard in fact may lead to a great career what he meant was that working very hard alone would not do it. There are other factors that will make that a true statement such as totally focusing on the hard work that is being done and not get distracted due to personal relationships that may lead to stop or not reaching your main goal.

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