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So lately I’ve been thinking a lot about failure.  Not because I have a recent story of my own
to share, but because I’ve been hearing a lot about it from people I
admire.  It seems the more
autobiographies I read of people who have become wildly successful, the more I
hear about shared failure as a common trait in their history.  Look at Dave Ramsey, Dan Miller, or Ali Brown
just to name a few.  It seems they all
went through a place where they had to hit rock bottom...

(Continue reading at http://www.lesleysobeckgallery.com/blog/2012/10/is-it-good-to-fail)

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Comment by Lesley Sobeck on November 5, 2012 at 1:57pm

Thanks so much for your comments and insight.  :)  Just starting is something I've learned from Dan as well.  I always thought something had to be "perfect" before it was sent out into the world, but my view on that is slowly changing.

Comment by Jeff David on November 4, 2012 at 11:10pm

Great Post, I use to run from my failures which then created additional failures. Then I would spend so much time deflecting it or justifying the situation. It was incredibly exhausting. Now I have learned, through much study, that it's okay to fail. That when you don't know what to do next, just start.

Life sure is beautiful when we don't expect everything to go a certain way.

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