Learning from Failure

I read this article today (link below), and thought you might also find it interesting.

In many ways it ties in with the skills we teach through Victus.

When we set our eyes on our mission, and when we pursue our goals and priorities, we begin to see that when we fail–yet still persevere, our perseverance does produce hope.

In our Victus course we talk about Thomas Edison’s 10,000 attempts to create a light bulb and about other people who have overcome obstacles and failures. Edison didn’t give up. Instead, his failures motivated him!

It seems there is great value in not giving failure such a bad rap!

Here is the article:

https://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2018/04/the-value-of-failing/558848/

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