Stay positive, persistent to deal with failure

04/3/2013 | Forbes

As you build your company, you'll likely experience public setbacks, Ken Sundheim writes. When things don't go well, it's important to remember your successes, be persistent and try to stay positive. "Telling yourself that you're stupid after making a mistake is a lot less productive than analyzing the mishap, formulating preventative measures and understanding that every unsuccessful attempt is one step closer to the solution," he writes.

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