By Dr. Stan Beecham Published Nov. 16, 2016 10:00 a.m.
“There is no success without failure. Success is what you do after you fail. The people in my life who have become great successes have also suffered through quite a few failures. Those who avoid failure or try to help others avoid failure are really just impeding their progress.
Failure itself is not a bad thing, but repeating the same mistake over and over is a tragedy. There is rarely a time in life when one cannot recover from failure. However, having consecutive failures can be unrecoverable. One of the reasons people have consecutive failures is that they are unable to see the value of or learn from the lesson of the first failed attempt.”
About Dr. Stan Beecham | Dr. Stan Beecham is the author of Elite Minds: How Winners Think Differently to Create a Competitive Edge and Maximize Success, and a well-known performance psychologist and leadership consultant. He is the director and founding member of the Leadership Resource Center in Atlanta, Georgia. You find him on Twitter at @StanBeecham.http://www.drstanbeecham.com/