Learning to embrace failure.

Embracing failure is the most important trait that I’ve developed in my career (and my life for that matter). Granted, it took me a long time to get to this point. I no longer get down, frustrated or defensive about my failures. Instead, I have learned to learn from my failures and treat every single … Continue reading Learning to embrace failure.

When have you really failed? The slippery slope of the blame game.

Below is a post that I originally wrote last year, yet I think it’s quite appropriate that it gets another run now as the current environment has many of us slowly shifting into that mindset where we start to feel like a victim, and before we know it, we're sliding into the blame game.   … Continue reading When have you really failed? The slippery slope of the blame game.

When are you a failure? The dangers of the blame game.

It’s funny how the simplest thing can come up out of the blue, which forces you stop and think. Here’s a quote I came across recently… “You fail all the time, but you aren’t a failure until you start blaming someone else.” Like most of us, I see motivational quotes plastered across social media every … Continue reading When are you a failure? The dangers of the blame game.

So, you’ve hesitated, tried, failed, made mistakes, fallen over. Well… what’s next?

We all like to play it safe, don’t we? I know that many of us like to think that we’re risk takers. But, in modern society and in what I’ve heard described as ‘the age of consequence’, it seems we’ve become more risk averse than ever before. In some ways the fear of making mistakes … Continue reading So, you’ve hesitated, tried, failed, made mistakes, fallen over. Well… what’s next?

Fail. Make Mistakes. It’s ok.

We all like to play it safe, don’t we? I know that many of us like to think that we’re risk takers. But, in modern society and in what I’ve heard described as ‘the age of consequence’, it seems we’ve become more risk averse than ever before. In some ways the fear of making mistakes … Continue reading Fail. Make Mistakes. It’s ok.