Top 6 – October 2015
“’I understand why some have concluded that Lehman’s failure was a choice,’ Mr. Bernanke writes. ‘In a way, it is a backhanded compliment: We had shown such resourcefulness to that point, it is hard to imagine that we could not have come up with some solution to Lehman.’” – The New York Times
- It is better to explore all options and fail than not try at all.
- You can apply all that leads to a non-solution and still be perceived as a success.
- Effort accounts for half of any success of failure.
- Learn from all avenues traveled.
- Resilience is often perceived as triumph.
- It is in the stabs at success that one can find they are bleeding out the other end.