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  • Writer's pictureSimrat Gauri

Learning from Failure - Advice - Part 1



  • Lessons Learned and the Power of Positive Influence

  • Embracing Failure Over Regret

  • ​​Embracing Mistakes as Stepping Stones

  • Turning Failure into Lessons for Success

  • Four Years of Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned 

  • Navigating Failure to Find Your Path

  • Trusting Your Gut: The Value of Early Failures and Learning

  • Failure as a Springboard for Business Growth

  • Embracing Feedback: Learning from Mistakes in Business


Lessons Learned and the Power of Positive Influence

There's no failure, only lessons and surround yourself with positive influences and people who believe in you. It's ok to own up to a mistake and do not try to be someone you are not. I think being true to yourself and truly believing in your product is what will take you to the next level.

Mary Cope, Founder, live pure smoothie cubes


Embracing Failure Over Regret

​​Failure is better than regret. One way to measure success is when the standard of problems and standard of failure is getting better.


Embracing Mistakes as Stepping Stones

Don’t fear making mistakes, make mistakes, take the first step, plunge in the unknown water even if your idea is very simple but if you are very passionate about it, just go for it don’t wait for the right time because right time will never come, you will have made some moment the right moment.

Ami Savla Hemani, Founder, Social Media Training Hub


Turning Failure into Lessons for Success

Failure will be your biggest lesson so learn from them and bounce back with a bang .

Pooja Pandey Tripathi, Founder , Arogya Physiotherapy


Four Years of Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned 

I'm an entrepreneur and have been for the last 4 years. It's been an incredible journey, but it hasn't always been easy. I've made (and continue to make) mistakes along the way, but luckily for me, I've learned from them and grown as a result. If you're thinking about starting your own business or want advice on how to go about doing so, here are five lessons that will help guide you through:

1. Entrepreneurship is a long journey. Make sure you're ready to be responsible for your own mistakes. 

2. Do your research, and be prepared to fail early. do research on the industry, customers and competitors, analyse the market, understand the risks, prepare for failure, make sure you're ready to put in the time and effort that it takes to become successful.

3. Make sure you're ready to put in the time and effort that it takes to become successful. start small and work hard to achieve your goals.

4. Learn as much as possible about your industry, customers, competitors and so on before starting out. Then use this information to build a business plan that will help you achieve your goals.

5. Be prepared for the hard work, but enjoy it too! make sure you enjoy the journey. take time to enjoy your successes. don't forget to take breaks.

SwatiI Gaonkar, Founder, STEP One Step Ahead


Navigating Failure to Find Your Path

You will face failure a lot of times but if you are doing it right and continuously then you will get your path . And please maintain your backup (finances) before starting anything because in a long run you will be requiring the same.

Parul S Anand, Founder, Lucem Legal LLP



Trusting Your Gut: The Value of Early Failures and Learning

Your gut is always right, if you feel it's right, just jump into it, it's always ok to fail, fail early, so that you can learn and start afresh again, the time to start your journey is NOW.

Rachana Pathak Dodeja, Founder, Nudge Passion



Failure as a Springboard for Business Growth

Never fear Failure, it's a springboard to greater things for your biz.

Radhika Batra Shah, Founder, Radhikas Fine Teas & Whatnots


Embracing Feedback: Learning from Mistakes in Business

Embrace feedback and learn from your mistakes.

kalpana sethi, Founder, cogxim softwares pvt ltd

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