Hitting the target is important. But failures, near-misses and far-off-the-mark shots also have value.
Each so-called failure contains lessons and opportunities. And it's important to keep trying. Thomas Edison --the legendary inventor -- faced over 10,000 failed tests before successfully creating a battery of nickel and iron, according to Bo Bennett, author of Year to Success.
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