Silicon Valley has embraced the mantra of the value of failure, but there’s still often a stigma around the idea. Too often the business world maintains a “one strike and you’re out” policy with regard to failure. But if your latest venture has failed to get off the ground in the way you hoped, that doesn’t mean you should give up. You can overcome setbacks and use them to springboard yourself to success with the right attitude, and it starts with recognizing that innovation requires failure. If you’re successful one hundred percent of the time, you’re probably not doing anything new.
For more tips on how to turn failure into success, click here: http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/10/stop-believing-that-you-have-to-be-perfect/