“To succeed, you must accept failure. You must see failure as a verb, not a noun. Failure is required to learn and grow. Without failure, you can not learn the valuable lessons and feedback that is necessary to win. It is very rare that anyone succeeds the first time. Success takes learning, and the best lessons are learned through our failures. Whenever you fail, you should record that feedback and acknowledge that you are now smarter than before the failure. Through failure, are the lessons needed to learn how to win.”

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