How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big - Critical summary review - Scott Adams
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The creator of the Dilbert comic Scott Adams, in “How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big,” shares his story and explains how his past failures helped him to achieve success. After a seemingly endless cycle of negative experiences, he decided to employ a systems approach that will incorporate all failures as valuable knowledge for any future endeavors.

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Scott Adams is a comic strip creator and author on satire, commentary, and business. Despite having a degree in economics, he was interested in comics as early as 6 years old. Adams is the author of the comic strip Dilbert and w... (Read more)

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