We need to stop wasting so much time worrying about things that’ll never happen.
We think of what they’ll say. We worry about who’s watching. We wonder what they’re whispering behind closed doors.
We ache to be seen and known for WHO we are and WHAT we do, but when it comes to starting something new?
Can you please look away while I endure this awkward moment that feels like business puberty?!?
We want to hide, test, and work…and then (only having perfected our ideas) host a Debutante’s Ball showcasing how awesome! cool! unique! our ideas are.
But life doesn’t work that way.
Life makes a show of our missteps and mistakes, often shaping us into who we’re ultimately supposed to become.
Some might call these FAILURES, but I’ve learned to call them Lessons.
And I don’t say this in a cliched, Hallmark-Christmas-Special cheesy way. I mean, don’t lick the wounds of an invisible bullet.
You are stronger than what has been thrown at you, smarter than others’ estimations, and broken in all the right places.
You are destined for MORE…if you’ll yourself to ability to learn from each Lesson.
I had the amazing ability to talk about Failure and Success with three of the most inspiring entrepreneurs:
- Lewis Howes
- Amy Porterfield
- James Wedmore
They opened up and shared private stories of their biggest failures and how they turned them into success. And they shared them all in my video interviews and written articles in this month's issue of Social Curator.
They shared boatloads of helpful advice for taking your business to the next level, even after setbacks, and I'm incredibly proud to call them friends.