Daily Archives: October 14, 2016

Moving Forward Following Failure


“The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything” observed our 26th President, Teddy Roosevelt.

In his book, Confident Living, Warren Wiersbe, writes that the inventor Thomas Edison “spent more than $100,000 to obtain 6000 different fiber specimens, and only three of them proved satisfactory. Each failure brought him that much closer to the solution to his problem. His friend Henry Ford was right when he said that failure was the ‘opportunity to begin again, more intelligently.’” Continue reading

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