Ever watched a toddler learn to walk? They know instinctively they must stand every time they fall. They will try until they master their skills. As we grow, we lose that natural inclination to learn, mainly because of the pressure of being judged and ridiculed. Mark Twain expresses this when he said: “if we learned to walk and talk the way we learn to read and write, everyone would limp and stutter.” If we reminded ourselves to learn to fail and fail to learn, we would stop equating failing and being a failure. We would develop stronger resilience in dealing with life’s challenges.