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10. Learning from Failure

10. Learning from Failure

  • Failure is a natural part of the learning process.
  • Canfield encourages readers to reframe failure as feedback, extract valuable lessons from setbacks, and use them to adjust strategies and improve future outcome.

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This was the first book that I picked up when I was inspired to kickstart my own entrepreneurship journey many years ago. Still so useful and meaningful until today, these points delve deeper into the practical strategies and mindset shifts recommended by Jack Canfield.

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