Failure – Avoid The Second Arrow

June 30, 2011 § Leave a comment

From James Altucher

Failure is actually two arrows. The first arrow is the failure itself. That first arrow is a horrible impact. Knocks you down. Knocks the breath out of you. Makes you bleed. But that arrow won’t kill you. The second arrow is how you react to the failure.That arrow will blind you, infect you, and eventually kill you.

Most important for success is to dodge that second arrow. Here’s 13 ways you do it.

How’s that for a campaign evaluation meeting starter for 10?

Case number 1: The left’s reaction to the financial crisis.

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