Elaine Thompson, Associated Press
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll applauds from the sidelines against the New England Patriots in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, in Seattle. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll's story shows us more about failure and losing than anything else.

The Seattle Seahawks and the team's head coach, Pete Carroll, might have walked away from MetLife Stadium with the Vince Lombardi trophy as the 2014 Super Bowl champions Sunday night, but Carroll’s story, according to Forbes, teaches people more about failure and loss than anything else.

He made errors during earlier coaching stints, but he continued to fight for success — something everyone can do, Forbes said.

“Congratulations to Pete Carroll, the NFL’s greatest failure,” Forbes said. “His past errors made (Sunday) possible, and they’re a reminder to us all that mistakes made are only bad if we don’t learn from them. Carroll did, and the man who many once said couldn’t successfully coach in the NFL is staring at a very clear path to the league’s highest honor, the Hall of Fame.”

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