Why there's no shame in business 'failure'

Why there's no shame in business 'failure'
Grant Foggo went through an emotional roller coaster when he lost his business during the GFC. (Image: Supplied))
Michael Andrew
Five years. That’s around how long it took Grant Foggo to recover his confidence after his recruitment business went into liquidation following the global financial crisis (GFC).There was the stress of having the bank tell him that he needed to close his doors by the end of the day. Then there was having to break the news to his six employees that they no longer had jobs. Perhaps the most distressing event was the eventual loss of the family home to pay back his creditors – something he says put enormous strain on his rela...

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