It’s no surprise that social networking expert Chris Brogran believes in the power of failure. He’s even quoted on the topic in Failure: The Secret to Success.
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In a one post, Brogan outlined his view:
The key part of failure is learning and adapting and moving on. The key part is what makes it okay to fail. If you fail all the time and don’t learn, that’s not all that useful.
Maybe we need to send Chris Brogan a copy of Failure.
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