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A Joosr Guide to… Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed

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What does it take to be truly successful in life? How do industry leaders and celebrated athletes stay ahead of the game? The answer is simple: they fail.

Black Box Thinking by Matthew Syed is a study in failure. According to research, and as demonstrated time and time again by remarkable individuals and businesses, failure is necessary in order for us to progress. It is a valuable learning tool that leads to success. Learn exactly why this is true, and be inspired by real-life examples of those who have learned to embrace their failures for ultimate triumph.

You will learn:

· Why failure is not the enemy

· That success has more to do with our mindset than any innate talent or ability

· The lessons that can be learned when we embrace our mistakes.
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Irina Geronina
Irina Geroninahas quotedlast year
Typically people brush failures aside and swiftly move on from them. However, if we invest the resources to find out why mistakes are made and how we can correct them, we’ll be in a position to save time, money, and in some instances lives.
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sadf asdfghas quoted2 years ago
If you want to achieve success and gain the respect of your peers, forget all the negative connotations associated with making a mistake. Don’t deny failure; rather be determined to learn from it. This black box mindset ensures that every mistake is exploited to its fullest to make you and your business better and more successful.
Igor Putkovskiy
Igor Putkovskiyhas quoted2 years ago
It’s all in our mindset.
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