The Failure Myth: Success Doesn’t Always Follow

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This shows a man sitting on a cliff edge.The belief that failure leads to success is often misguided and harmful. Analyzing over 1,800 participants across various experiments, researchers found that people vastly overestimate the likelihood of succeeding after failing. This misconception can demotivate individuals and hinder support for necessary interventions. Correcting these beliefs may shift focus towards more effective rehabilitation and reform efforts.

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