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How to Beat the Failure Mindset
In this lesson on creative inspiration, explore how to change your mindset about failure and learn to view it as a tool to success, not a permanent outcome.
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What a load of bunk. Achievements have both successes and failures. It's not bad to fail. It's also not a perpetual state. A person is never a failure, but will have many failings and failed moments. An F on a report card is a failure to understand the material at a given time. Putting it outside of personal responsibility is a joke. The thing to remember is that we are always being evaluated. This means we always have opportunities to change our our outcomes. Failures are bad. Don't dwell.
I agree that achievements have both successes and failures. Thanks for sharing.