Have you ever failed before? Have you had a venture cut short? Keep in mind that it’s okay to fail and it’s okay for a first idea to not go right.
It’s so important for us to be able to process that, to let ourselves grieve, and to move onto the next venture — albeit more savvy the next time.
Don’t look back, say next time!
When we process and allow for what happened in our past, we can learn from the experience and move forward.
When I think about entrepreneurs, I think about the classic story of Mr. Kentucky fried chicken himself.
Click here to view KFC’s one thousand nine Failures!
This man and his recipe went through one thousand nine iterations before finding the right way of doing it.
If most of us will have even a 10th of that tenacity, we can be wildly successful.
So anyway, what can you do today based on what you know from your past to make your future that much better?
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