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Is feeling successful a trap?

All professionals start their working lives dealing with content failure; no one, apart from business guru Warren Buffett, starts their work life with the tools that they need to be an immediate success – and this process is important.

Every time you fail, you learn a new powerful lesson that will propel you toward a success. In fact, Oath CEO Tim Armstrong states that failure is the one defining factor that made him as successful as he is today. “You have to be OK with risk and you have to be OK with failure. I have a saying: “You have to fail toward a goal," Armstrong told Business Insider recently. “As long as you're failing, if you know what the goal is, it's OK to fail in that direction. And that's the advice I got from people," he added.

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