Baby Boomers have been trained from the time they were born to fight failure. As children we were punished, sometimes severely for failing, it has been anathema to our generation.
Failing is not such a bad thing in many Millenials opinion.
"If you aren't failing you aren't trying"
They believe we learn from failure and it is a natural part of our journey. Even to the pont of encouraging each other to embrace failure as a step forward, a positive outcome, necessary to reach our goals.
Heady stuff! And for many of my generation, passing strange.
But there is wisdom here, real value, I am entranced by the concept of "Failing Forward"
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