The Gifts of Failure

We are more than a week into the New Year, and most of us will have made a few New Year resolutions, objectives, goals or whatever label you prefer to use.

According to YouGov nearly 1 in 5 (19%) Brits own up and say they did not keep any of the resolutions they made in 2021 and another 44% kept some, but not all of the resolutions they made. If you ‘failed’ to keep your resolutions in a way or another, that’s okay!

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Founder of Mentoring Advocacy Network, a project that campaigns for healthy masculinity and positive male role models. Find out more at manmentoring.org.uk

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Lau Ciocan

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Founder of Mentoring Advocacy Network, a project that campaigns for healthy masculinity and positive male role models. Find out more at manmentoring.org.uk

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