If you’ve ever worked a boring booth at a trade show, you’ve most likely been the victim of the “avoiders.”
Those passers-by who liken you to Medusa and refuse to look your way for fear of being turned to stone.
In business, the best formula for success involves the endurance of a mountain climber.
Entrepreneur and author Matthew Paulson has characterized entrepreneurship as an endurance sport.
It is true that sometimes if you see you are on the wrong track, the best course of action is to abandon the original plan and start in a new direction.
Accidents and mistakes have given us many advantages that otherwise might have never come about. In fact, experimental accidents have been responsible for many of our scientific and medical advances over the past few centuries. The business world has also learned to take mistakes and failures to heart as learning experiences rather than obstacles. Our mistakes can be viewed as stepping stones to future successes. Here are a few examples to prove it:
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