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Everything in life is a step forward; everything has meaning. It’s just that there are two ways to move forward: Walking and leaping. When you walk, you leave one foot in its place as the other moves ahead. You’re secure, you’re stable—and you never leave your comfort zone. So sometimes you need to leap. But to do that, you need to first crouch down. That’s the true meaning of failure: It is the crouch before the jump, the breakaway from the past so that you can leap into the future...
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