Michael Jordan Failure

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As terrifying as failure is, it can be beneficial.

Failure, by definition, is a lack of success. The reason this scares people is because it means they did something incorrect, or not good enough. But failure couldn’t inspire more.

In society, it’s common to hear that not being successful could be helpful, favorable even. An example on how this statement is true would be Michael Jordan’s career. As a child, he fell in love with basketball enough to try out for the school team. Jordan strived to be the best, but after a couple of months he was cut for his height. Did this stop him? No. In fact, it pushed him to train harder and workout more. Not only did it increase his size, but he came back a better player. Jordan now has over 20 NBA achievements
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