Where did it go?
An article on Fast Company called "SIX HABITS OF CONFIDENT PEOPLE" starts out with an anecdote of her son walking through Home Depot wearing a sort of super hero outfit. The boy gets a lot of stares, but does not care what others think and is confident. It then goes on to talk about how many people lose their self-confidence as they grown older. After this, it talks about six habits of confident people that I found really interesting. One of the most interesting of the six facts that I found was "they value failure as information." I find this so interesting because I think it is very true. The saying "learn from your mistakes" is essentially what your doing here, but with your learning from other people's mistakes.