Commentary from Dr. Mark EdgeWorkedge Words
The great coach John Wooden wrote that the difference between a job done and a job done well is often in the perfection of the minor details.
The telephone was not what Alexander Graham Bell was seeking to invent. Some of history's best inventions and discoveries came out of failure.
In “Apollo 13”, Gene Krantz famously says, “Failure is not an option.” Okay, when you are returning astronauts from the moon, failure is not an option. But in life, sometimes failure is a good option.
How many of you remember when I was benched at the start of the football season of my junior year in high school? Well, it changed my life. More on that in today’s 60 for 40.
We should all want to fail because good things can come from failure.
What if society allowed you to kill your enemy in an honorable way? One man did, and if you have seen the musical "Hamilton" you know who he is.
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