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ProTip of the Week Failure and Innovation Go Hand in Hand

If you're not failing every now and again, it's a sign you're not doing anything very innovative.

- Woody Allen


We've spoken in the past about a very dirty word: failure.  But "failure" has certainly gotten a bad reputation.  As Woody Allen reminds us, a lot of failure happens when we try and test out new things.  Ultimately, failing at something and then trying again is how we learn and grow.  So what have you failed at recently?  Make yourself a table with two columns: "Things I've Failed At" and "What I've Learned From It."  Be honest with yourself, and you'll soon find it less intimidating to try something new.


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