Why it’s worthwhile to be friends with failure

This is GREAT, and painless, and brief. What more do you want?

http://doodlealley.com/2012/10/10/be-friends-with-failure/

When I find things like this, I mourn my lost newsnet.

2 thoughts on “Why it’s worthwhile to be friends with failure

  1. The link was not available. I am certain that Thomas Edison was familiar with failure. He knew 1000 ways to turn on a lightbulb,
    or something like that.

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