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Do many failures make one a Failure?

Do many failures make one a Failure?
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Quite the opposite, I think! Many failures can be the best way to learn. It’s important not to focus on the act of failing, but rather on how you respond to failure and grow from it. I like to think of failure as not quite achieving the outcome you were working toward, rather than a error that defines you.

Answered about 2 years ago rebecca.kaufman03 45 3 from United States

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No, we can just ask some of worlds most intelligent inventors, scientists, or even actors. Failure only occurs when you have lost hope and give up. Otherwise, there is still an opportunity for success.

Answered about 2 years ago virtulady 10

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Answered about 2 years ago tallybower 289 3 from United States

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When you have one failure more than the number of attempts to succeed, you’ve failed.

Answered about 2 years ago devi prasad rao 4 from India
about 2 years ago jay g said:
 

I love this answer.


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