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Unformatted text preview: Kim Mehan Com 439 Reading Reflection #9 October 25, 2011 Introduction Everyone wants to be successful in life. In starting my first job after college, I want to know, how can I be successful? I want to be a part of an organization where I can learn from other people and not have the mindset that if I fail at something, I will continue to fail. I want to be able to learn from my failures to bring success in my future. To reflect on relevance In Chapter 21 from Management of the Absurd, Farson writes about how individuals learn from failure. Farson says, “It’s important that we fail. We need to fail often. If we don’t, it means we’re not testing our limits.” I think this is important and we should keep this in mind for our future. When an individual fails, it means that he/she is taking risks to improve their behavior. This idea can be put into practice because it’s saying that failing is okay and a way for individuals to learn from the past is to fail. Farson also says that we can learn from the failures of individuals to learn from the past is to fail....
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course COM 439 taught by Professor Garyshulman during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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