What it means to embrace failure

02/21/2013 | Inc. online (free registration)

Make the most of your failures by forgiving yourself, taking responsibility for your mistakes and getting back to work, writes Lewis Schiff. Also, talk about the failure with others -- ideally people who will understand. "You might be better off talking over your setbacks and frustrations with any randomly chosen restaurant owner than your close friend who holds a corporate job," he writes.

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