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Isn't this how you should see your business "failures" instead. You no longer failed you merely deferred success until you attain it later. Every "deferred success" is actually a step towards success because you just learned how not to do whatever it is you were attempting. Once you run out of ways that don't work, you will discover one that does.
When you fail you are using a negative in association with your business. If you defer success then that says something positive is yet to come.
So isn't it time for you to stop failing, and instead have a "deferred success"?
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