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It’s a SLIP, not a FALL

It's what I often have to remind myself when I experience setbacks.

That's the difference between failure and final defeat.

Time changes how we view events.

What looks like a catastrophic fall in the short term is a minor slip in the long.

If you narrow the time frame, a mistake may look like defeat.

But those losses take on an entirely different light when we look at a longer time span.

If you’re experimenting with bold ideas, you likely won’t succeed on the first try.

You’re going to slip numerous times because the path is new and you’re still learning to walk.

Don’t mistake a slip for a fall.

A failure can be the beginning, not the end.

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