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The growth-oriented person perceives failures as useful feedback. He doesn’t stop to wonder if he’s appreciated by others or if he should do more to impress. The growth-oriented person seeks excellence through practice.
This involves consistency and persistence. When failing, he doesn’t get discouraged but rather motivated to succeed the next time.
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