To Fail or Not to Fail

What happens if we go against culture and actually look at fear as a tool for growth?

Failure. Not necessarily a word that gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling. Nope. For most, failure is a tough and scary word. Especially when our society seems to be obsessed with highlighting one’s failures when something doesn't …

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Failure. Not necessarily a word that gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling. Nope. For most, failure is a tough and scary word. Especially when our society seems to be obsessed with highlighting one’s failures when something doesn't …

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