Failure Is Merely A Pivot Point

Failure Is Merely A Pivot Point

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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Luke Dalien

Author Luke Dalien has spent his life dedicated to helping others break the chains of normal so that they may live fulfilled lives. When he’s not busy creating books aimed to bring a smile to the faces of children, he and his amazing wife, Suzie, work tirelessly on their joint passion; helping children with special needs reach their excellence. Together, they founded an online tutoring and resource company, Poetry, which had been a personal endeavor of Luke’s for the better part of two decades, was mainly reserved for his beautiful wife, and their two amazing children, Lily and Alex. With several “subtle nudges” from his family, Luke finally decided to share his true passion in creativity with the world through his first children’s book series, “The Adventures Of The Silly Little Beaver."

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