Why bad luck set us up for success

Art of augmenting your luck surface area

American Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts delivered an unusual commencement address at his son’s ninth-grade graduation. Among other things, he wished the students bad luck and hoped that they fail enough to learn from their misfortunes. It turns out that bad luck and early failures set us up for success.

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