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The manboy who never grew up?

On 16th May 2017, a CNN editorial commented on President Trump:

“Like most little boys, Donald Trump can be disarmingly honest, as when he once said, “When I look at myself in the first grade and I look at myself now, I’m basically the same. The temperament is not that different.” The trouble is that the first grader is now President of the United States, and his temperament is on display for the world to see. Unpredictable, impulsive and immature, Trump acts in a way that would be expected of a 6-year-old boy, but is terrifying in a man whose moods dictate decisions carried out by adults on behalf of the most powerful nation in the world.”

Failure isn’t even the word

Have negative words decreased the space to grow?

Failure.
Trial and error.
Problem-based learning.

Does the above look negative when picked from the sentences they’re usually spoken in? Is the thinking behind this type of language used so removed from being positive that it’s actually having an impact?

The Entrepreneurs Club

The recently launched Entrepreneurs Club now has over 50 members and aims to bring entrepreneurs, investors and large companies together…