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But she doesn’t. Her feet miss the mark and she tumbles, and we wince.
What does failure feel like? Cringing. We curl our shoulders and turn our faces away with embarrassment. Imagine watching a video of yourself failing in front of a crowd. Ouch. We want to hide and forget about it.
HEADING 2 BUT REMEMBER THE ACROBAT.
She doesn’t wince. She knows how to take a fall and recover, so instead of sulking away, she climbs back to her launchpad and tries again.
We love that. We love it when someone comes close, fails, and tries again. We were atten- tive before. Now we are rapt.