This New York Times article by Oset Babur explores why talking about your failures in the workplace rather than processing them internally can lead to more trusting and productive work environments. Some positives of sharing your failures: you’ll make new work friends quickly, show your humanity (and humility) others, and ultimately be a more efficient and productive employee.

Neon sign that says, "People Fail Forward to Success"

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