Based upon my research I have theorized that successful people have innate learning strategies that help them learn from their failures.
Most people wouldn’t use the term learning strategies, but that is in really what they are. Successful people create systems or frameworks to understand and learn from their failures. These systems and frameworks can be learned by others. Once you master this framework it is no longer a linear process. You can create a learning plan in seconds after a failure event that allows you to pivot and move forward without diffusing your energy.
Failure is inevitable, success is contingent upon your perceptions, actions and recovery from a failure.
The purpose of this blog is to explore, investigate, and share what I learn about this theory.
“… successful people… treat success as a learnable skill. That means they figure out what they need and they go and get it.” –Scott Adams
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