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LEARNING FROM FAILURE
What Aviation Can Teach Us About Failure
CEO of Marmalade Fish
2015: A Year
Talk show host, author, oped-columnist, television writer, and...
Eleanor Roosevelt said, "I try to learn from the mistakes of others. I don't have time to make them all myself." Here are some more lessons from the past year.
The Butterfly Principle: Transformation and Growth Through Failure
Karen M. Wyatt, M.D.
Author, 'What Really Matters: 7 Lessons for Living from the St...
After investigating these stages of butterfly development what can we learn about our own growth processes? Here are some of my take-away lessons from this study:
How An Enormous Failure Changed Rainn Wilson's Life
How to Properly Handle an Office Mistake
Etiquette expert and modern manners authority; Owner, The Prot...
It's not a matter of "if" you will make a mistake at work, it's only a question of "when," and how you handle the blunder says a great deal about your character and good judgment.
Why 'OITNB' Star Uzo Aduba Was Ready To Quit Acting
Advice to College Graduates: Seek Out Mentors Who Will Tell You About Their Mistakes
Director, Wurtele Center for Work and Life at Smith College an...
You're probably aware of the hand-wringing about young women and perfectionism. But you haven't heard enough about how the ability to persevere after making a mistake will be a key factor in forging the link between your triumphs at college and your future success at work.
What Happened After He Got Fired Was Amazing
Learning From Failure -- How to Transition From Being Less of a Perfectionist to More of an Optimalist
HR Business Partner; C&R Self Coach; Speaker
The 4 Keys To Learning From Failure
Guy Winch, Ph.D.
Clinical psychologist; Author 'Emotional First Aid'
To be able to learn from our failures, we need a way to decode the "teachable moments" hidden within them. We need a method for deducing what exactly those lessons are and how they can improve our chances of future success.
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Do the Best Work of Your Life or Get Your $#*! Together
Marketer, Consultant, Blogger, Entrepreneur
While something was off for a long time, it was as close as I could get at the time. If you're not there, start by getting closer to what you love. Small steps towards a new direction now drastically changes where your journey ends.
Turning Lessons 'Listed' Into Lessons 'Learned'
Kathleen P. Enright
President and CEO, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
Clearly failure is a universal experience. Yet the stories illustrated that how a person responds to failure says much more about him or her than the failure itself.
How Bruce Littlefield Became America's Favorite Housewife
Radio host, 'Doing What Works'
Every morning Bruce asks himself, "Why not me?" Why shouldn't his house be as inviting as those featured in magazines? How can he make his surroundings more beautiful? How could he be happier?
Failure Is the Best Option
Freelance Writer, Educator, Mom and Wife
Failure, after all, is a scary thought. Therefore, people often want to avoid what they do not want to face. The bottom line is this: When kids do not learn how to cope with failing, they learn how to escape it.
The Beauty of Failure
Co-author of A Reason to Read: Linking Literacy and the Arts
In the now widely-shared commencement speech he gave at Stanford, Steve Jobs points out how three supposed "failures" were necessary in his development as a human being and in his successes.
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