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Why You Can Learn as Much From Winning as You Can From Losing

Are you using all of your past experiences to shape your present?
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How often do you examine your company's wins and losses? Some people are afraid to look back at their losses and remind themselves of past failures. Others might be hesitant to look closely at their wins and jinx that success -- like trying to talk to a pitcher about the no-hitter he's throwing.

But, you can't learn and grow your company if you're unwilling to learn from past performance. How can you avoid those losses in the future? How can you multiply your victories and get more out of them? In this video, Entrepreneur Network partners Chris Haddon and Jason Balin explain how important it is for you to examine your wins and losses, then explain how some of their own past experiences have shaped their current actions.

Watch the video to learn more.

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