Failure

Don't Believe Anyone Who Says Failure Is a Good Thing

Everyone fails, but there are no such thing as moral victories.
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The quicker you fail, the quicker you'll end up succeeding. Get all of your failures out early and you'll be prepared for the future. 

You hear things like this all the time, but they're just not true. In this episode, Entrepreneur Network partner Greg Rollett explains why you should never want to fail. Failure is not a good thing, and while everyone fails from time to time, you need to reject failure if at all possible. Try to win at everything you do, because your competitors are fighting and scraping to beat you, and they'll succeed if you give them even the slightest chance.

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Related: Don't Follow Your Passion -- Do What's Necessary to Achieve Success

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