How did you overcome failure? Three TCU alumni provide raw and introspective looks into their journeys.
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Host James Creange ’17 sits down with three experts in their fields, Felicia Jernigan Browning ’81, Peter Duffy ’82 and Caroline Albritton ’13 MEd, to discuss how failure — and recovery — is at the core of every major success. Alumni talk about what contributed to their failures and how they learned to bounce back better.
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True to the discussion, I did owe TCU for my last year or so of college expenses.
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