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Secret of Successful Failing

Secret of Successful Failing

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Published by Tim Lane
Hidden inside every failure is exactly what you need to get what you want.

This publication is designed to educate and provide general information regarding
the subject matter covered. It is not intended to replace the counsel of other professional
advisors. The reader is encouraged to consult with his or her own advisors
regarding specific situations. While the author has taken reasonable precautions in
the preparation of this book and believes the facts presented within the book are
accurate, neither the publisher nor author assumes any responsibility for errors or
omissions. The author and publisher specifically disclaim any liability resulting
from the use or application of the information contained in this book. The information
within this book is not intended to serve as emotional or therapeutic advice
related to individual situations.

Ihave often pondered how many people were truly
involved in helping me write this book. People often
think of the obvious supporters, but they rarely consider
just how many people have inspired a thought, an idea, or a
concept. I have thought about this a lot because I want all of
these people to understand how truly grateful I am for their
contribution. Since this is my first book the list is long, but it
is not even wholly complete. It is the best effort I could make
at acknowledging the immense support I have experienced
from people and the Universe in creating this book. Thank
you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has been a
part of this process. If I have managed to overlook anyone,
please accept my apologies and know that a place of gratitude
exists for you in my heart.
First and foremost, I want to thank my children, Molly and
Simon, for allowing their mommy the time and space to create
this book. I cherish their ability to accurately reflect my exact
emotional state with ease. I would be nowhere without them.
Next, I would like to thank those who were instrumental in
helping me complete this project, namely my staff, including Jen
Caldwell, Elise Vos, Ashley Audet and Flo Shi. I would like to
thank Ellen Reid for shepherding me to the brilliant team of
editor, Brookes Nohlgren; copywriter, Laren Bright; and
designer, Patricia Bacall. I would also like to thank Professor
Will Cluett at the University of Toronto for helping to fill in my
memory gaps about feedback loops from my days in chemical
engineering. Drew Nederpelt has been generous with his
industry insight. Finally, I would like to thank Ann McIndoo for
helping me to get started with the first verbal draft.
I would also like to thank the following people for being a
fundamental part of who I am—without them, I would never have
been able to accomplish much. My parents, Jane Panasik and
Mario Mollicone, for the obvious ways they have made me who I
am. My grandparents for their links to my history. To my sister,
Marla, for being one of the early adopters of some of my out-ofthe-
mainstream approaches, and to my brother, Dan, especially
for his ability to explain things such as quantum theory with ease.
Thank you, too, to my best childhood friends, Joanne VidAmour
and Angie LaFontaine, for being there like sisters for all those
years when I was finding my voice. Thank you to Andrew Cizek,
who has been somewhere between big brother and cousin.
xii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Additionally, I would like to thank a special group of women
who have been immensely supportive. To MJ Dionne, Annabel
Varvel, Kathy Kortes-Miller and Sara Genn for reading the initial
versions of the book. My oh my, how it has changed since
then. I would also like to acknowledge the support and friendship
of the women in my PowHERpod, including Gianna
Piccardo, Jane Roos, Paige Kearin, Alex Watson, Maritza Parra,
Luz Parra and Fabiana Bacchini. I am particularly grateful to my
“Bowen Island Girls,” Titania Michniewicz, Laura Ruloff and
Jennifer Hansen, for being a huge part of my reawakening.
Hidden inside every failure is exactly what you need to get what you want.

This publication is designed to educate and provide general information regarding
the subject matter covered. It is not intended to replace the counsel of other professional
advisors. The reader is encouraged to consult with his or her own advisors
regarding specific situations. While the author has taken reasonable precautions in
the preparation of this book and believes the facts presented within the book are
accurate, neither the publisher nor author assumes any responsibility for errors or
omissions. The author and publisher specifically disclaim any liability resulting
from the use or application of the information contained in this book. The information
within this book is not intended to serve as emotional or therapeutic advice
related to individual situations.

Ihave often pondered how many people were truly
involved in helping me write this book. People often
think of the obvious supporters, but they rarely consider
just how many people have inspired a thought, an idea, or a
concept. I have thought about this a lot because I want all of
these people to understand how truly grateful I am for their
contribution. Since this is my first book the list is long, but it
is not even wholly complete. It is the best effort I could make
at acknowledging the immense support I have experienced
from people and the Universe in creating this book. Thank
you from the bottom of my heart to everyone who has been a
part of this process. If I have managed to overlook anyone,
please accept my apologies and know that a place of gratitude
exists for you in my heart.
First and foremost, I want to thank my children, Molly and
Simon, for allowing their mommy the time and space to create
this book. I cherish their ability to accurately reflect my exact
emotional state with ease. I would be nowhere without them.
Next, I would like to thank those who were instrumental in
helping me complete this project, namely my staff, including Jen
Caldwell, Elise Vos, Ashley Audet and Flo Shi. I would like to
thank Ellen Reid for shepherding me to the brilliant team of
editor, Brookes Nohlgren; copywriter, Laren Bright; and
designer, Patricia Bacall. I would also like to thank Professor
Will Cluett at the University of Toronto for helping to fill in my
memory gaps about feedback loops from my days in chemical
engineering. Drew Nederpelt has been generous with his
industry insight. Finally, I would like to thank Ann McIndoo for
helping me to get started with the first verbal draft.
I would also like to thank the following people for being a
fundamental part of who I am—without them, I would never have
been able to accomplish much. My parents, Jane Panasik and
Mario Mollicone, for the obvious ways they have made me who I
am. My grandparents for their links to my history. To my sister,
Marla, for being one of the early adopters of some of my out-ofthe-
mainstream approaches, and to my brother, Dan, especially
for his ability to explain things such as quantum theory with ease.
Thank you, too, to my best childhood friends, Joanne VidAmour
and Angie LaFontaine, for being there like sisters for all those
years when I was finding my voice. Thank you to Andrew Cizek,
who has been somewhere between big brother and cousin.
xii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Additionally, I would like to thank a special group of women
who have been immensely supportive. To MJ Dionne, Annabel
Varvel, Kathy Kortes-Miller and Sara Genn for reading the initial
versions of the book. My oh my, how it has changed since
then. I would also like to acknowledge the support and friendship
of the women in my PowHERpod, including Gianna
Piccardo, Jane Roos, Paige Kearin, Alex Watson, Maritza Parra,
Luz Parra and Fabiana Bacchini. I am particularly grateful to my
“Bowen Island Girls,” Titania Michniewicz, Laura Ruloff and
Jennifer Hansen, for being a huge part of my reawakening.

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