There’s a right way and a wrong way to fail
The stigma that surrounds failure needs to go. The surest way to avoid future failure is to embrace and learn from past failures
Ihave been thinking about errors, mistakes and failures ever since I traded my first stock decades ago. Good traders expect to be wrong, but that attitude is surprisingly rare in business. That is a shame, because having a healthy outlook on failure would benefit corporations, governments—just about everyone.