When people say you learn more from your failures than your successes, William Seavey is the first to agree. “How failure can make you a better customer”
You’ve seen a lot of it on this site lately. The last few posts have been “Case Dismissed!” stories where we had no choice but to write them off.
No one likes to fail. You don’t — and I definitely don’t. “What can failure teach you about advocacy?”
Dan Gallagher’s Bryant air conditioning unit doesn’t work right. Who is responsible for fixing it?
““Multiple, invasive” repairs on my air conditioning unit – can you help?”
Failure is all around us.
You can’t miss it, from Ann Curry’s tearful farewell on Today (see video, above) to Penny Palfrey’s brave but futile attempt to swim from Havana to Key West, to what some conservatives view as John Roberts’ treasonous U.S. Supreme Court ruling on healthcare.
But as we celebrate the Fourth of July holiday today, I have some good news: failure doesn’t have to define us.
“Happy Fourth of July! Declare your independence from the tyranny of failure — I am”