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Redefining Failure

The late Ralph Winter had said this on failure:

“If I weren’t willing to fail, you’d have to call me crazy. If I were to say that I knew [this project] would definitely succeed, it would be nuts. I’m not sure it will succeed. I only know it is worth trying. Risks are not to be evaluated in terms of the probability of success, but in terms of the value of the goal.
Any goal that is worth a successful attempt is worth a failed attempt. You haven't failed if you have gone after that goal - no matter what the outcome.


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