The question in life is not whether you will have problems, but how you will cope with them. What would you try to achieve if you knew you couldn’t fail?

No one is perfect. Accept that you will make mistakes. The person who never makes a mistake often gets instructions from the one who does. It’s important to understand that failure is only a cost of success.

Achievers are repeatedly told they are failures who persist. Entrepreneurs on average fail 3.8 times before succeeding.

The more you do, the more you fail. The more you fail, the more you learn. The more you learn, the better you get.

Join us as we discuss business blunders with entrepreneurs who have scars to show for their entrepreneurship blunders:

Speakers: Lebogang Mashego, Struggles Productions and Themba Mmotong.

Date: Thursday, 28 April 2022

Time: 18:30 – 20:00

Platform: Zoom [and Facebook Live: Lora Centre]

Register: Online registration form

Subscribe to our YouTube and see prior My Biggest Blunders talks:

The Pitfalls of being impatient in entrepreneurship | Kedibone Tsiloane

Implications of poor cash flow management | Thokozani Miya

The cost of making a permanent decision based on a temporary emotion | Matshepo Msibi

Fail early, fail often, but always fail forward.

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