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WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST FEAR?

Published on 6/28/2014
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WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST FEAR?



Many say their greatest fear is failure which I find to be somewhat of a paradox. Why? Because some of those same folk would say that failure is our best teacher.(Then why do we fear failure?) Could failure simply be a "stop sign" which points us in a better direction?




AS INTERNET MARKETERS we must see failure for what it is and not for what it is not.




Is failure the opposite of success? Or, is failure more like a headache? That mysterious pain that warns and motivates us to check ourselves to see what needs attention. That I'm sure you agree is a good thing. In this sense, the headache is not to be feared, but received as an ally that we value and appreciate; or at least, respect. 




I propose we treat failure as a business headache; Like taxes. We would

rather avoid them but we know it's a part of doing business. We plan for them and are not surprised at the end of the year. We pay them and then use those payments to reduce our total tax liability at income tax time.




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I further propose that it is not failure we fear but rather, we fear

admitting the failure which is also rather ironic. Simply because admitting

failure is often the first step in overcoming the failure.




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