Screwing Up

We all love to succeed. It’s a wonderful feeling when things go our way.

But the way we fail can end up being more important to us (in the long run) than the way we succeed.

If we simply get mad when we fail, it’s nothing but that: a failure. And a wasted opportunity.

But if we take some time to analyze what went wrong, figure out where we screwed up, and make corrections to our product and process to keep it from happening again, then we’ve succeeded in turning a mistake into something more valuable than we ever thought possible.

Screw up our way to success.

Now there’s an interesting title for a book…

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