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February 27, 2023

February 2023

I hope this newsletter finds you all well.

I have been working on and researching the real issues of failure.

In fact, if you go to my website you will find my latest page. Search at the top in the search bar.

It's never too late to make changes in your life, and if you're not happy in your job, it's time to start exploring other options. I understand many people are considering starting their own businesses, and I want to encourage you to pursue this dream.

This is a brave decision, and I commend those of you for taking the first step towards pursuing your passion.

I also understand that the fear of failure might be holding you back.

It is essential to understand that failure is not the end; it is an opportunity for growth. Some of the most successful people in the world have failed numerous times before achieving their goals. Walt Disney was fired from a newspaper for his lack of creativity, and his first animation company went bankrupt. But he did not let that discourage him. He persevered and went on to create one of the most successful companies in the world.

Starting a new business is not easy, and there will be challenges along the way.

However, it is essential to see those challenges as opportunities to learn and grow. Failure provides us with valuable lessons that we can use to improve ourselves and our businesses.

You might encounter setbacks, but it is essential to stay focused and persistent. Develop a growth mindset, where you see challenges as opportunities to learn, and failure as an opportunity to grow. Embrace your mistakes, learn from them, and use that knowledge to make better decisions in the future.

Starting a new business can be daunting, but it is essential to see failure as an opportunity for growth. Learn from your mistakes, stay focused, and remain persistent. Remember, success is not measured by how many times you fall, but by how many times you get back up.

Until next month - Go you good thing.

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