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  • HootSuite

    We all tiptoe around the f-word. Failure, that is. Though, if you haven’t failed in business, you haven’t tried. No one starts a business thinking about how they will fail...

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  • The State News

    MSU will embrace a new appreciation for failure this April with a new initiative. ASMSU, MSU’s undergraduate student government, is partnering with the Grand Rapids-based program Failure:Lab...

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  • MLive Lansing

    EAST LANSING – Successful people – including Michigan State University Athletic Director Mark Hollis – have experienced failure along the way and have learned from their personal defeats...

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  • Corp Magazine

    Failure is part of life. It’s an especially big part of business – anyone who has tried to start a company likely has stories of what seemed like a great...

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  • Awesome Mitten

    On April 1, 2014, storytellers are coming together at Michigan State University’s Cobb Great Hall to tell stories of failure. This isn’t your average speaker event, instead speakers are going...

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  • Michipreneur

    Failure:Lab, the emotionally moving event that looks closely at other’s failures, is back again this time in East Lansing. We caught the Detroit show and were overwhelmed with the honesty...

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  • WKAR Radio

    Imagine going up on stage and sharing your greatest failure with the world. Many people would hesitate to tell such personal stories, but that’s what the creators of the event Failure:Lab...

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  • Huffington Post

    In 2013, he is known simply as Brian Vander Ark. But 17 years ago, he was the lead singer of The Verve Pipe — the band that hit #1 on...

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  • Crain’s Detroit

    Everyone has a failure story. Grand Rapids-based Failure:Lab is bringing six of these tales of woe to the Motor City on Thursday. Featured will be the failure lessons of...

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  • Awesome Mitten

    Failure is something Detroit is intimately and vehemently familiar with in many ways. However, as Gabriel Richard coined as the city’s motto in 1805, Speramus meliora; resurget cineribus...

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