Being in the business of failure means that we come across and attend some amazing events that you may never have heard of before. One of those is Failure:Lab and their whole purpose is to talk openly about failure.
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If there is one thing that we all need to become more comfortable with, it’s talking about failure. Failure:Lab gives you the opportunity to do just that!
“These stories are meant to inspire us to not fear failure, but rather view it as a stepping stone to other great things to come,” said Lakeshore Advantage President Jennifer Owens. “Entrepreneurs who often experience higher rates of risk, and therefore often higher risks of failure, should prepare to be doubly inspired by these stories.”
You can even host your own Failure:Lab event. Leaving yourself open to discuss failing is necessary on the road to success!
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