If you’ve got kids, or can remember back to your study days, you may recall how important it is to write things down when you are studying. There’s something about that simple act of putting pen to paper that commits an idea to your brain. Why not apply this concept to our grown-up failures, so that we can learn from them? We like this fun and short Pinkcast video, which features a Stanford University professor talking about how to create a failure resume and why you should consider it. Click here to view.

Pinkcast 1.12: Why you should write a failure resume.

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