Failure Is Merely A Pivot Point
By: Suzie Dalien, M.Ed.
Failure Is Merely A Pivot Point In Achieving Success
Failure can be viewed as;
- An end point.
- Or as a lesson learned and a reason to get back up and focus on a better way.
Failure is a difficult reality for everyone.
In children, failure can be debilitating and in some cases just the fear of failing at something has the potential to hinder their ability to grow and experience life.
As parents and educators, it’s our duty to ensure failure is viewed merely as a pivot point in achieving success, not the ending point of an idea.
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