Fail Early and Often


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Fear of failure can be paralyzing and freeze us in our tracks. Stop fearing it and rack up a few failures as quickly as possible.

It’s not about making mistakes on purpose. It’s about trying our best and getting better when things don’t go as planned.

Celebrate failures while learning from the sadness and dejection. They teach us to rebound and bounce back better.

Too many easy wins lead to stagnation and make it difficult to absorb failure.

Try something new.

Define your fear.

Move past it.

What is your best failure? What is your most recent failure? Leave a comment below.

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