Failing Forward: Turning Mistakes into Stepping Stones for Success

Failing Forward

Authors: John C. Maxwell,

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According to the international bestseller, John C. Maxwell, the way a person responds to failure is what determines whether they are mediocre or made for success. Unlike other books of do’s-and-don’ts, Maxwell’s Failing Forward is a personal insight into how you can befriend failure. He argues that problems are inevitable, so you might as well fail forward than backward.

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