You will make bad decisions.
You may try hard not to by making sure you have all the data and have analyzed all the potential outcomes. But you can’t control all the variables and you can’t foresee all the potential outcome.
And sometimes you just screw up.
You need some failures in order to learn better. You need some failures to avoid arrogance and hubris. And you some some failures, if for no other reason, to know that they can;t kill you and eat you.
Don’t let the fear of failure stop you from moving forward.
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