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Persistence in the Face of Failure

Persistence in the Face of Failure

"Not every change succeeds, but every attempt paves the way."

Failures can be learning opportunities and stepping stones.

Embrace failures as they often provide valuable lessons for future endeavours.


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With 25 years in marketing, brand strategy, and mental fitness coaching, I focus on societal change, self-mastery, and fostering community to build a regenerative Africa. "The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion." - Paulo Coelho

Damon Centola's "Change" and its elucidated ideas provide invaluable insights into the underlying dynamics of societal change, offering businesses a blueprint for driving impactful innovation and growth in a complex world.

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