Failure is best defined as lack of success and as a recent graduate I know all too well how difficult it can be to balance your school work, and a job. There were times I found myself struggling to keep up and maintain because I allowed myself to fall off and this reflected in my work. It was easy to tell myself that I was failing but instead I begin daily reflections to help identify the problem, create a plan and execute it. This three-step process helped me successfully get through that phase. Failure is an opportunity to identify imperfections and work on it, it's a moment of self-reflection and most importantly an opportunity to learn and grow.
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