News and Articles About Failure
Statistics tell you everything and nothing at the same time. So anyone that lets failure statistics affect their willingness to start a business has already lost the entrepreneur game.
College doesn't cut it.
A coach shares his lessons from the basketball court, noting that the failure quotient is more important than IQ.
Coaching someone right before a presentation? Avoid emphasizing the very behaviors to be avoided.
An entrepreneur who avoids risk for fear of failure is far worse off than an entrepreneur who fails, learns and tries again.
If there is one thing that holds people back each day from achieving high levels of success, it is fear. Here are a few ways to get past this emotion.
Hardship and failure is part of the entrepreneur's life. Here are some strategies to deal.
From Circuit City to KB Toys, a look at the popular stores that went bust over the last 25 years.
By worrying and ruminating about your choices, you can slow down the very mental processes that you need.
Those unprepared for the role can be caught off guard and find themselves out of the job soon after.
One half of Google's expensive clandestine project is no more.
If you hunger for success, you can't let failure intimidate you.
The high failure rate that occurs in the startup world can be attributed to many different factors, but often, it comes down to these four recurring problems.
The ability to keep making progress may just be the greatest skill an entrepreneur can learn.
A business ending shouldn't be seen as the end of the line. With each defeat, comes important lessons to get it right next time.
The difference between success and failure often comes down to these actions.
There are lessons to learn from every failed startup. But here is one way to make picking up the pieces a bit easier.
A serial entrepreneur provides valuable insights gleaned from the trenches.
The most common preventable failure comes when CEOs are simply not willing to put their companies' needs ahead of their own.
If you at first you dont succeed, dust yourself off and TED again. These inspiring talks will get you back on your feet in no time.
Yes, you can learn a lot from failure. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't do everything you can to avoid it.
No entrepreneur wants to pull the plug on a startup. Science sheds some light on why we cant always tell when enough is enough.
Important tips for how you can get past your fears and do the things that you want to do.
The Smithsonian will launch an American Enterprise exhibit in 2015 that will run for at least the next two decades. Here's an inside look at some of the objects to be featured.
Failure happens. It is what you learn from your missteps that sets you apart.
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