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“...To know that it’s okay to fail, basically. Because if you don’t fail...it’s okay to not always succeed, because if you succeeded all the time, then you’d have no reason to try harder,” says Matt Segal, professional climber.
This week’s classic episode will help you find the advantages in failure in all aspects of life. We look to Howard Chang and Matt Segal to give us their knowledge. In this episode you’ll learn…
- Seeking discomfort to make other aspects of life easier, like dealing with humiliation and defeat
- Fail, pick yourself up, rebuild - this creates resilience
- Training for adversity for your life
- Being able to look back on a failure and be inspired to succeed on your next opportunity
- If you set yourself up for failure and fail, you won’t keep your desire. But, if you set yourself up for success and fail, you have motivation to try harder
If you want to watch the full episodes,
Advertising CEO Howard Chang Embraces Failure to Succeed ep.042 - https://youtu.be/C4W3xYqKmWc
024: Matt Segal | If You Aren't Failing You're Not Trying Hard Enough - https://youtu.be/r2JWCtdZT00
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