“Failure” is such a dismal word. And since its deflating, defeating, decaying ramifications don’t really fit the life of self-love and success that we’re going for… we’re going to redefine it.
Not doing well at something doesn’t mean you have “failed,” it’s merely an opportunity for learning and trying harder! Yeah, yeah, yeah, that’s easy to say, but how do we apply that to our daily lives? Well, we have to re-frame our ideas of success. If you change your beliefs about what it means to try, you can succeed every day of your life!
The best part about ditching the concept of failure? Your self-confidence will shoot through the roof while you get to enjoy the things you love, whether or not you’re “good” at them. Join us as we break down some simple tips on how you can drop “failure” from your vocabulary.
Books mentioned in this episode:
- Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average and Do Work that Matters by Jon Acuff
- The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks
How could you re-frame a “failure” in your life as a success? Join us in the comments below and share your story!