You learn the most when you fail.
Failing isn’t fun - especially when you’re right in the middle of it. How do you respond? Can you appreciate failure? I know, hard questions.
Interesting new research proving failure leads to growth. They also discovered a 15% - 85% rule. You should be failing 15% of the time. You should succeed 85% of the time. If you ‘get it right’ 100% of the time, you take less from the experience.
What failure in your life has helped you to learn the most?