Failure is one of the great fears in life. Whether it's a last second drive to win a game, or a defining decision to secure a business deal; individuals are often paralyzed by the negative consequences of failure as opposed to the growth opportunities it provides. US News & World Report's Chief Business Correspondent, Rick Newman, wrote the book - Rebounders - to demonstrate that failure is never defeat, rather it's the distinguishing characteristic that makes great achievers unique. To them, setbacks are learning experience that build up their resilience muscle. And just as you develop any skill, practice is the key to growing your resilience quotient. Listen to Rick share how you can turn setbacks into success...
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