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High Networth Individuals from fast-growing emerging markets tend to have a more positive view of setbacks said a survey conducted by Barclays Wealth. According to the survey, 91% of Middle Eastern respondents and 80% of those in Asia believe that viewing failure positively is essential for an economy to grow. As against this, 71% of respondents in USA and 69% in Europe agreed to this view, said the report.
The survey was done on more than 2,000 high networth individuals comprising entrepreneurs, business leaders and investors. It explores how different cultures value traits such as persistence and optimism, the role of luck and how entrepreneurs view setbacks as a stepping stone to future success.