There are many books written about winners. People who strive and overcome obstacles, try new things and persist in the face of multiple failures. We put visionaries such as Ford, Edison, Salk on pedestals and celebrate their successes. It is easy to be curious on “why” they were successful. It is easy to celebrate those accomplishments, but taking a look at the whole picture also includes a view into multiple failures and many copies of the t-shirt “been there, done that”. But what if failing is not for you?