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How to fail properly..

How to fail properly



Failure isn't always a bad thing, get that out of your mind right now. This blog is going to tell you how to accomplish this the right way. 

1. Fail fast & cheap

The fast here doesn't mean rush through your work. It means get to work! Hop in action mode! Start, research, and test your idea properly before you jump in with both feet investing wise. Remember money spent is taking away from the bottom line. 


2. Fail Fast & often

Now that you know how to fail fast, let's talk about often. Once you fail a bit, don't sit around and pout! Move on to your next venture, project, or idea. Go on to your next failure. Remember, the faster you get through, the faster you get to your goals! 


3. Keep Failing until you win

We've all heard the expression "Fail your way to success." While this isn't the main idea behind this piece, it IS an important part. Keep on keeping on. Even when Edison was working on the light bulb he said "I have successfully discovered 1000 ways NOT to make a lightbulb!"


If you're willing to fail enough, you're surely willing to win.

 Keep the faith until you do. Your goals are worth it. 






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