Climbing from failure to success Failure can lead to success.

If there’s one thing Americans love, it’s a good comeback. Comebacks inspire us to learn from failures and persevere until we succeed.

I am still inspired by the New England Patriots’ historic comeback in Super Bowl LI. To me, even more amazing than their 31-point comeback was their leaders’ determination to learn from their failures. If you looked at the sidelines when the Patriots were losing 28-3, head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady weren’t questioning each other’s leadership. They were working to correct their mistakes and lead their team forward.

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