Some time ago I wrote about the courage that it takes to fail.  I recounted the story of “Honest Abe” and how many times he failed before he achieved success. In this world that is so focused on success we have forgotten that the most successful people have failed many times, picked themselves up and tried again. 

A few weeks ago I was in Washington DC where I attended the National Small Business Association Washington Presentation. The sessions were focused on small business and you can read about them and the White House briefing at .

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Bob Farrell, CEO, Kewill

In the business world, failure is too often thought of in negative terms. But, failure is a normal, even inevitable, part of any executives’ journey. Mistakes can often be some of the best business lessons learned in disguise. Here are a few tips for how you can start thinking of mistakes as opportunities and embrace failure to improve your business.


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