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Celebrating (or at least dealing with) Failure

 

Failure. Failure. Failure.

Failure.

Fail-

Shoot - I said it so much that it lost it's meaning.

And I think I'll keep it that way.

Join me and Bob Bertsch for our first episode of SEASON TWO of Practicing Connection in a Complex World. In this episode, we discuss the idea of “celebrating failure.” While we know a healthy attitude towards failure can make us more innovative, failing still feels bad. How can we deal with those feelings and develop a practice helps us deal with failure? Listen in as we share some of our ideas.

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