Without Fail: How Learning From Mistakes Can Lead to Success

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Failing doesn’t always mean you’re out of the game. Sometimes you have to look at the bright side of failure and learn from it. In this infographic from Online MBA Today, we look at some famous failures and how these people, and the work they produced, achieved astounding successes.

 

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Want more? Check out these resources from Idealist Careers:

Why You Should Schedule Failure Meetings at Work 

Why Failure is Imperative to Finding Your Passion 

About the infographic creator: 

This infographic was crafted by Bella Campbell, a content coordinator for Online MBA Today. She enjoys writing articles and creating visual graphics on different aspects of career development and professional training.

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I became acquainted with Idealist in late 2000 while working in the career development office at a private liberal arts college in NYC. I used it almost daily to help students and alumni find meaningful careers. After a 12-year stint in higher education, I worked as a career coach for professionals in various industries (and still used Idealist). During one of those many searches, a listing really caught my eye- the one for the newly-created position, Careers Program Coordinator. So... I jumped at the opportunity. Since then, I took on the role of Manager of Career Content for Idealist Careers, creating career content for job seekers, leaders, and other nonprofit professionals. Understanding the roles that a positive outlook and holistic self-care play in career success, I've shared with our readers time-honored methods for improving confidence and productivity. Now, as Manager of College and Professional Development, my focus is on lifting the advice from Idealist Careers "off the page". Drawing from my experience in career development, I propel job seekers and career changers towards taking control of their searches with confidence and removing fear, uncertainty, and other blocks to success via in-person workshops and seminars, webinars, and conference programming. My great loves are cooking (preferably without a recipe, otherwise I doctor it up), dancing, live cultural performances, identifying the tasting notes in a good cup of coffee, exploring neighborhoods for hidden gems, and anything else that sparks the senses and allows me to experience all the beauty, dynamism, and intrigue that vivaciously living in a remarkable world offers.

2 Comments

  1. Thank you, very encouraging ! I am in a moment of my life where I feel constantly as a failure whether it is with my job or my personal life !
    After reading the blog, I feel relieved !

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