Welcome to your Resilience Assessment on acceptance of failure.

This particular Resilience Assessment is designed to allow you to evaluate your current acceptance of failure: This means, to not take failure personally and to prefer to fail fast as a means to accelerate the passage to success. To see failure as a process of mapping the landscape of opportunity.

It is important to be thoroughly honest with yourself in your assessment to allow your monitoring of personal growth to be effective.

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1.I don’t tolerate failure.
2.I don’t tolerate failure in myself.
3.I don’t tolerate failure in others.
4.I ridicule people who fail.
5.I see failure as a sign of weakness.
6.I don’t admit to failure.
7.I blame others for my failures.
8.I feel embarrassed when I fail.
9.I feel failure is for losers.
10.I feel people will judge me as a looser if I failure.
11.I see failure as a process of mapping the landscape of opportunity.
12.I don’t take failure personally.
13.I prefer to fail fast so I can improve and succeed quickly.
14.I see failure as necessary on the path to success.
15.I’m not embarrassed by failure.
16.I see failure as a natural part of decision making and action.
17.I willing to discuss my failures to highlight the path to success
18.I encourage people not to fear failure.
19.I work best when there is not a ‘blame and finger-pointing’ culture.
20.I am able to bounce back quickly after a failure.

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