Make failure the best thing that ever happened

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Steve Jobs once said that getting fired from Apple – the global tech giant he co-founded – was the best thing that could’ve ever happened to him. In Jobs’ case, starting anew removed the burdens of success that he felt at Apple and freed him to enter a new and productive creative period. Jobs’ reflection on his career path illuminates the adage, “When one door closes, another door opens” – but with a twist that applies to many people trying to move on from a major setback, according to Chuck Crumpton, author of “The Jagged Journey: A Raw & Real Memoir about the Non-Perfect Path of Life & Business.” “The key is not getting stuck in the long hallway between the closed door and new door opening. That can happen due to the piled-up men
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