Reinforcing my contention that 90% of the daily feedback to our staff should be positive feedback, Alex Bogusky argues that when you focus on learning from failures “You create a fearful culture where you spend a lot of time looking at where you screwed up.” Instead you should celebrate success and forget failure, and the research backs him up by showing that we learn more from our successes.
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