Have you ever not been doing something because you were afraid of making a fool of yourself?
Have you ever done something you really really wanted to do with a “I-don’t-really-care-that-much”-attitude, hoping to make the disappointment of potential failure more bearable that way?
Well, then you might like my first ever column for Lifehack.org that got published last Monday!
I dive into 5 powerful ways to deal with any past or future failure that are way more productive than beating ourselves up – check them out right here!
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