Always Fail Forward

written byHenry Biegacz
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When something we try in our business doesn't quite work

the way  we wanted, we tend to look at it as a total failure.


Since failing when trying something new is a part of business,

this will inevitably happen to us and it can be very depressing...


It becomes easy to get down on ourselves and start to believe

that we're failures or are wasting our time...


Big mistake!

A setback is a setup for a comeback.


Don't look at it as a failure or end of the world,

but as a lesson to learn from...


Thomas Edison failed many, many times, but he's quoted as saying

"I never failed, I just learned 10,000 different ways how not to do things".



He used every failure as a new learning experience until how figured

his problem out and got the right solution.


Think of a failure as feedback from your audience and prospects

telling you you're heading in the wrong direction.


Business success is never accomplished in  straight, uninterrupted line...


There will be setbacks and how you deal with them will determine your success...


There's a great book by John Maxwell, "Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes Into Stepping Stones For Success" which I recommend if you have this problem.


Hope this message may help when you hit those bumps in

the road on your journey to financial freedom.