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Failure is an “act that does not achieve success”. So to ask “how does failure breed success?”, we must first define success.
Success is “the act of achieving a desired or planned outcome”. This definition makes no reference to an absence of failure. In other words, success and failure can co-exist.
Pairs of muscles in the human body work antagonistically. One pushes and the other pulls. For instance, the biceps and triceps are a pair of muscles that work antagonistically for the common good of the arm – allowing it to bend and straighten. The arm cannot function without the presence of both.
In a similar way, success and failure work antagonistically for the common good of the project, task, or whatever.
They say that success is a journey not a destination.
But surely failure is the journey, success the destination. Read more »
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