Everyone fails at some point in there life. Many of us fail continually. How you choose to respond to your failure is what determines the significance of that failure.
If When you do fail, it’s important that you accept it, but it’s more important that you learn from it. Mistakes are a part of life, but they don’t have to be meaningless.
Simply put, if you fail to learn from your failures, you’ll continue to fail.
“04. You don’t learn from your #fails
Fail Harder: then what? If you don’t look at your mistakes critically and make adjustments based on feedback, you haven’t just failed hard, you’ve failed bad. Agencies hang their hats on an ability to analyze work and change rapidly, especially in social media, where you have the luxury of making quick adjustments to strategy and pivoting based on consumer reactions.
Stubborn creatives will stick to their ways of doing things regardless of what other people say. Those who look at their creative careers as a constant evolution and education will not only continue to grow, but have a long lifespan in this business.”
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