Failure and Success

Those who succeed are more likely to succeed again

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Studies have shown the those who have a failure in their first entrepreneurial venture are no more likely to succeed in subsequent attempts

However, those that succeed in their first business are more likely to be successful again.

It’s interesting, because we hear about learning from our mistakes and making sure history doesn’t repeat itself. But studies have shown that when your first business venture fails…that doesn’t necessarily happen.

What does happen is successful people are more likely to have multiple successes.

I believe that it is super important to work with and learn from, people who have had success in the areas I want success in…

And well…that’s why people work with me when they want to take lots more home from their business for them and their family to enjoy.

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