Failing Doesn't Make You a Failure

  • So when someone who's in some way controlling the money I have to pay for those things is asking me questions, I don't want to admit, "I don't know that" or "I've bombed that" or "I've screwed that up" because I can't do that safely.
  • And at the time I didn't recognize how important that was, but that was one of the steps in my career that allowed me to understand, okay, so first off, failure is normal and second, I'm going to learn something from this.
  • This is what I want to be and strive for every day: Not knowing all the answers, but learning new ones all the time, being more open, being more transparent and pushing myself and others forward.

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