Oct 27, 2021
Do you remember learning how to ride a bike? That momentous moment of taking off your training wheels, learning how to balance, and setting off. Of course, none of us got very far, there were lots of falls, scrapes, and bruises. But we didn’t stop, even if we crashed into a curb, we’d dust ourselves off and always get back on.
If the old saying is true “you never forget how to ride a bike.” How come we don’t take the same approach when it comes to life and reaching our goals?
Welcome back The Unlimited Potential Show! Today is part one in a two-part series on failing fast and failing towards your inevitable success. Thomas Edison changed our entire world with the invention of the light bulb but there is no doubt that he had to go through hundreds maybe even thousands of failures before the product was a success. We discuss the process of failing and failing fast with industry leaders like Google, Palm Pilot, and Tesla.
Join us as we take a deep dive into the fear of failure and why it holds us back from really reaching our full potential. As well as our best practices to overcome that fear and even how you can test and fail safely without hurting your chances of starting over. We talk about how failure is not the end of success but the path to it and why it is the best way to master the skills necessary to make your dreams come true.
This episode is packed with examples, practical tips, and stories that will have you looking at failure from a different perspective. To connect with us and learn more about failing forward, join our private Facebook group below!
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