When Failure Is Not an Option

When entrepreneurial commitment increases, so do creativity, insight, and drive. And going public with your goals can provide just the incentive you need to succeed

In a ham-and-egg breakfast, the chicken makes a contribution but the pig is committed, the old saw goes. Have you ever noticed that when failure is not an option for leaders—when they are really committed—they usually seem to figure out a way to succeed?

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