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Sometimes ideas take off like the Fourth of July and many more ideas dwindle to the ground never to be picked up again for fear of the failed embarrassment.

When something doesn’t work out and you try to bury it you might be doing yourself a disservice.

As we get lost in the how we’re going to make something work we should always be prepping our strategies for the learning experiences along the way.

Whatever we do going forward; whether we mess up here and there, get side-tracked, fall down a few times, or see successes in our steps forward remember that all of it is leading you to where you desire to go as long as those steps are intentional movements towards your vision.

Many losses and many wins are nothing but many steps that hold the potential to make up a successful life.

If the job, the idea, the widget, the business, or even the strategy itself doesn’t work out, remember that there is something of value that you need to take from each loss.

Every lost step or every failed attempt becomes a massive learning experience and in the end you realize it was all part of the plan, or the hidden gem in your strategy that many of us fail to recognize.

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” ~Thomas Edison

 

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