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Jul 29, 2019

The word failure just plain frightens and immobilizes people, as if a failure somehow means you, personally, are a failure. It's that fear, that we will be proven less than we think we are, that stops us from trying and growing and can ensnare us in a trap of insecurity. There are four lessons I've culled from our conversations with executives and coaches that help me reframe my fear of failure:

  • Fear and Anxiety are Energy
  • Failure is A Necessary Step Toward Success
  • Failure is Not Personal
  • There is Dignity in Failure