Why Failure Is Actually Good for You Don't let society tell you that failing is a bad thing.

By Brian Tracy

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Society looks down on failure, making us think that failure is proof of some flaw in your character. However, you have to reject that notion and allow yourself to embrace failure. Many of the world's greatest innovations would never have happened without failure.

To paraphrase Thomas Edison, you're not failing -- you're just finding out which ways don't work.

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brian Tracy gives you some tips you can use to embrace failure and realize it is a natural part of your evolution.

Click play to learn more to gain a healthier attitude about failure.

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Brian Tracy

Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, Speaker and Author

Brian Tracy is chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International. He is the leading coach on the topics of leadership, self-esteem, goals and success psychology. Learn more at BrianTracy.com

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