Great article by John Drumgoole Jr.
As John mentions in his article – Einstein said ‘failure is success in progress’.
If you’re like me, then you probably may not have the skills of Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson. There will be times, when you’ll find yourself on the links with some of your friends or colleagues and hit a few bad shots. Depending on the level of competitiveness of the outing, they may afford you a mulligan.
In the golfing world, a mulligan is a second chance after the first shot veers off-center. It is an informal allotment actually to a given player, to replay a stroke. Mulligans are generally against the formal rules of the game.
If you ever decide to embark on a journey to build something great, there will certainly be mistakes made along the way. Richard Branson said, “You learn by doing and falling over.” Among these mistakes, there are some best handled in private. Then there are some others that would play well…
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