You shouldn't try to sweep your failures under the rug as you expand your business, writes Laura Wallendal, co-founder of EdTrips. Being willing to discuss your shortcomings "shows confidence and suggests that you're solving difficult problems, and that leads people to help in ways they otherwise wouldn't," she writes. Also, take breaks when you need them, and ask the right questions to uncover the information you need to be successful.

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