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Failure is feedback: Why objective opinions improve your work

May 29, 2018 Daily Fuel

Failure is feedback: Why objective opinions improve your work

Oftentimes in life, the difference between a crushing setback and an opportunity is perspective. HealthRise Solutions David Farbman believes that a “failure” is simply a time for feedback, an opportunity to make yourself better. Business is a long and winding road, and the ability to see opportunities for what they are (without lying to yourself) is a crucial skill for anyone trying to navigate it. https://youtu.be/vgcJ1l3UZX4 [Source: Daily Fuel]

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