Why learning how to fail is as important as learning how to succeed

Simply put:

  • Many companies have cut back on or eliminated training, leaving employees to learn by doing
  • It’s unlikely that you’ll have the perfect set of tools on hand to accomplish every task

As as result of the above, some sort of failure is almost always assured. And you’ll need to be able to manage it, learn from it, and apply those lessons to your next task.


Author: jdrch

ISTJ, Rice Owl, UF Gator, mechanical engineer. STEM, sports, music, movies, humor. Account mine only & unaffiliated.


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