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Face it. How many of us actually succeed 100 percent of the time? Here career counselor Babineaux and Krumboltz (education & psychology, Stanford Univ.) celebrate failures, referring to them as learning experiences, and encourage readers to get out into the world, try new things, and make mistakes. Although the authors spend some time discussing how to learn from one's miscues, they also emphasize the importance of building curiosity, overcoming analysis paralysis, and taking small steps when trying new things. VERDICT A remarkably positive read that will inspire even the most risk- averse readers to act more boldly.