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What happens when things go wrong with your plans - The Stationery Freaks (Advent calendar) - Day 12

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In today's episode we cover:

* How to pre-empt failure
* How Helen thinks through what could go wrong
* Why Rob looks at everything as an experiment - and therefore failures are data for moving forward
* Why resilience is essential
* The old stoic approach of setting a target but not being wedded to the outcome

The challenge -> Subscribe to the podcast as next year we have some cracking content coming your way

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