Is there a wrong way to fail?

This might sound contradictory to what I teach about failure, but yes, to some extent, I do think there is a wrong way to fail. The best way to explain this is that there are two types of failure: active failure and inactive failure. 

Inactive failure happens when you fail because you literally didn’t take action. Active failure happens when you take action but don’t quite meet your goal. Which one of those do you think is going to get you closer to success?

If you don't take action, you won't learn anything from the failure. 

If you’re joining me for the 50 fails experiment this year, this episode is going to help you make sure you’re setting effective goals and getting the most out of your failures. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, you might want to catch the last episode which was all about the 50 fails experiment. 

In Today's Episode We Discuss:

I want you to make a list of 12 things you’d be willing to try and fail at over the next quarter. If you go after these 12 failures, I promise you’ll be 12 steps closer to success. 

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episode 113: Top 5 Lessons My 50 Fails Experiment Taught Me in Q1 2022

+ The difference between ineffective failure and effective failure
+ The importance of failing in action rather than inaction 
+ Why you shouldn’t make your failures mean anything about you
+ How to fail without feeling like a failure 
+ Accepting how things turn out
+ How resisting failure keeps you stuck 
+ Understanding how your brain prioritizes things 

Have a beautiful, unbusy week, and I will see you here next time! 

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