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The Psychology Behind the Importance of Failure

The Psychology Behind the Importance of Failure | Failure: The Key to Success | Scoop.it
Almost every week, we find new ways to remind you of the importance of embracing failure because it's such a good learning experience. While that remains true, accepting the common possibility of failure helps you, too.
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the neuroscience behind the story of success thrrough the a process of failure. 

 

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Helping Students Set Goals and Find Success

Helping Students Set Goals and Find Success | Failure: The Key to Success | Scoop.it
The idea of New Year's Resolutions is very appealing but their success rate is low. Cognitive psychologists know why: Resolutions tend to be too big (like losing 20 pounds), too vague (like getti
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From small successes, larger successes can be built. There is no other social-emotionally responsible way to expect students (or just about anyone, for that matter), to improve.

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5 Principles for Being Authentic & Successful

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The most succesful individuals and companies are successful because they have more fear of retreat than fear of failure. 

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Your Attitude Determines Whether Or Not You'll Succeed

Your Attitude Determines Whether Or Not You'll Succeed | Failure: The Key to Success | Scoop.it
It makes you believe what you want to believe. (The secret to #succes...your attitude. http://t.co/h87P7FWQ)
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We are called Human Beings, not Human Doings. Attitude is the key to success. 

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