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2. Take stock, learn and adapt

2. Take stock, learn and adapt

Look at the failure analytically. Why did you fail?

After gathering the facts, step back and ask yourself, what did I learn from this?  Think about how you will apply this newfound insight going forward.

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4. Study the Greats, and Then Practice

Step 3 works best when you use this step. Try looking at those at the top of your field and comparing what you know to them. Think about how you can apply some of the things they do to help your performance. 

Then, go back to step 3 to practice some more. 

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