Why Failure is Essential to Success

Dear CSS Members and Colleagues:

While it may seem trite to say that failure is a requirement for success, the enclosed short article sheds some light on data that proves failure is a necessary ingredient for success. From my point of view it shows courage to take risk and then success reflects resiliency. Consider this in the context of your own risk tolerance and it may affect your perspective.

Kind Regards,

JP Warner, MD

Founder, CSS

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