Tag Archives: Failure

Learning from our mistakes

#Entrepreneurs #fail time and time again. The successful ones are able to learn from those mistakes and move forward. The unsuccessful ones aren’t able to do that.

Surely someone’s told you to ’embrace failure’ before. Here’s what that means, actually, and how to do it.

Turn Failures Into Stepping Stones: 5 Ways

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Success is not an accident

8 Things Really Successful People Do

Ultimately, really successful people live their lives by design instead of default, so if you want to be one of them, dedicate time and effort to determining the plan for your preferred future and execute that plan in a focused and consistent manner.

Real success takes discipline and methodology. Here are eight things the most successful people are meticulous about getting right.

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Failure — the Most Dreaded F-Word

Richard Branson on Failure — the Most Dreaded F-Word

Your business’s first few years are about survival. This is the most difficult period for any company: when just getting the bills paid is a challenge because you are still developing your products or services, recruiting team members, refining pricing, creating marketing materials and attracting customers. When you’re tempted to give up, remember that it took many successful businesses years to become profitable. Some of the world’s greatest tech companies took years to capitalize on their popularity with consumers and work out their business models. If you believe in your strategy and you have a realistic plan to reach profitability, then stick with it.

All successful entrepreneurs will tell you of dark days when they questioned their decisions — use your worries to hone your strategy and your business’s direction. If you’re not seeing the results you need, it may be time to ask yourself some questions that will help you refine your plan and get your business on track.

If your startup isn’t turning a profit, that doesn’t mean you’re a failure. Virgin’s founder offers advice on how to use your worries to…

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