To Succeed, Desensitize Yourself to Failure

June 22, 2020 pwm1

Making constant moves toward your grand goal often means risking defeat—perhaps even humiliating defeat—but is that really a bad thing? The more you place yourself in the arena, the less you will beat yourself up after the failures. And desensitizing yourself to failure will break immense barriers down into piles of rubble.

— Mike Hazell (Image Licensed by Penn Wealth)

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