The Failure Book

Karen Lilly is a Northwestern University graduate with a master's degree in education from DePaul University. She enjoys looking at the world from unusual angles and strives to constantly grow and learn. She and her husband Chad live in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

Chad Lilly earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Northwestern University. He also played college football at Northwestern, has an athletic training business, and has coached for many years. He and his wife Karen live in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

When faced with failure, each of these 22 accomplished artists, athletes, scientists, advocates, business leaders, and national leaders found a way to persevere. Young readers can identify ways to harness failure to create the grit required to succeed by learning about their struggles.

Life altering! Karen and Chad Lilly show us in this engaging and interactive book that failure is not the end of the road, but rather the beginning of our path to success. You will never again experience failure in the same way. Amy Schulting, PhD, M.Ed, Minnesota-licensed clinical psychologist

Everyone makes mistakes, but not everyone makes good ones. Among the best books on learning from failure, The Failure Book demonstrates through creative exercises, puzzles, profiles, and quotations that even the best of us fail and that failure is no reason to give up on your dreams. This book is a great reminder that failures can be turned into opportunities for growth and progress.

Author: Karen Lilly and Chad Lilly

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Ratings: 5 out of 5 stars (from 9 reviews)

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