Learning Life's Greatest Lesson
"And all you have to do to win, is rise each time you fall."
This simple truth comes from the poem-turned-book The Race: Life's Greatest Lesson by Dee Groberg, describing a boy's determination in a running race. Sometimes, that key ingredient to winning is picking yourself up after falling. That second chance brings with it a determination to take an honest look at what went wrong, and do it right the second, third, and however many times it takes to succeed. After all, as Laurence Shames said, "Success and failure. We think of them as opposites, but they're really not. They're companions – the hero and the sidekick."
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For now though, sit back and enjoy a video of The Race: Life's Greatest Lesson.
As you watch, think of times that you have been able to turn failures into success. And, if you have a particular story that comes to mind, share it in a comment below! Thank you again, and enjoy the show.