Failing epically and dismally is something that I have an overabundance of experience with.
Picking yourself up, after extended intervals of hardship, effort, and misfortune is something that all entrepreneurs must learn with earnest, otherwise they risk a perpetual state of desolation.
So, what’s my advice, as someone with a liberal accumulation of epidemic failures?
The first thing to do, is figure out why you failed.
Take inventory of what went wrong, so next time, at the very least, you don’t make the same mistake twice.
Entrepreneurs try things. So if you catalog the mistakes you’ve made as time passes by, you’ll have statistically higher odds of not fumbling epically when your next endeavor should come to pass.
At times, that tiny statistical chance is all you require, to make your next move more likely to succeed. And, in life, my advice is anxiously seize every tiny chance that you can.
Keep your head up, and talk later.
Mike “Bumbling Effort” DeVincent