Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says "fear of failure" drives him on.
Rodgers admits being sacked by Reading was a life changing event.
"People say whatâ€™s your success?" Rodgers told the Daily Mail. "The word for me is failure. Thatâ€™s how you succeed. Whatever way you dress it up, something hadnâ€™t worked. For the first time in my life I felt Iâ€™d failed at Reading. I probably read the script wrong, thinking I had three years but instead I had 20 games.
"So I had a choice. I either disappeared to become an Academy director, where Iâ€™d been for 14 years. Or I could show character, perseverance and go again. Thankfully I was able to do that. I certainly have not had it presented to me. I found out the hard way. That fear of failure is what drives me on."
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