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Failing is a good thing: Matt Damon


Matt Damon, Matt Damon Institute of Technology in Cambridge,Matt Damon latest news, Matt Damon Martian, party news Actor Matt Damon pronounced to a students graduating from a Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts to not worry about being knocked down a brace or dual once in a while as it shapes who we are.

Actor Matt Damon says he has no problems about unwell as he feels it has made him some-more than his successes.

The Martian star has urged students graduating from a Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts to not worry about being knocked down a brace or dual once in a while as it shapes who we are, reported Female First.

Giving a derivation residence during a ceremony, he said, “You’re going to destroy sometimes, and that’s a good thing. For all a extraordinary successes I’ve been propitious to share in, few things have made me some-more than a auditions that Ben [Affleck] and we used to do as immature actors.

“… where we would get on a bus, uncover adult in New York, wait for the turn, cry the hearts out for a scene, and afterwards be told, ‘OK, thanks.’ Meaning: diversion over. We used to call it ‘being OK thanksed’. Those practice became the armour.”