How To Leverage Failure To Achieve Success

How To Leverage Failure To Achieve Success

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EPISODE SHOW NOTES

Let’s talk about failure. In a culture filled with stories of achievement and success, failure is a topic not talked about enough. I can honestly say I relate to people’s failures more than their successes. When was the last time you failed? And what did you do learn from it?
As we continue with the mindset tricks that separate the millionaires and billionaires from everybody else, Markado and I center today’s episode on failure as one of the essential keys to achieving your goals and living life on your terms. Of Course, we share the tactical and comprehensive ways that you can leverage failure for greater success!

In this episode, you will learn . . .

  • How to leverage failure for greater success and sharpen your perspective
  • To stay true to who you are through the struggles and success
  • Why it is crucial to be loyal to your vision and have unwavering confidence

Question:

Ask yourself, are you taking enough risk? I challenge you to think about your top 3 failures from the last year and how you can turn them into your biggest success?

Also, it would mean the world to me if you could share as well 🙂

4 Comments
  • Sam Hamilton
    Posted at 10:50h, 18 August Reply

    Question?
    Am I taking enough risk?
    NO, I’m not that’s why I keep getting what I get……confortablity and barely surviving.

    3 failures I have done…..
    1. Marriage to the wrong woman
    2. Not pursuing my passion and dreams in
    Art and Finanaise
    3. Going to much with the flow

    How can I Change it?
    • Simple Except were I’m at RIGHT NOW!
    • Give up all things that DOES NOT help me
    reach my Goals
    • Take risk, master my Craft toward my Art
    and Financial situation in helping others.

    • Markado
      Posted at 11:32h, 18 August Reply

      Hey Sam, appreciate you sharing this and love the action plan for change! Thanks for tuning in 🙂

  • Andrew
    Posted at 22:46h, 18 August Reply

    Awesome and true to the ancient ways
    “Though I fall seven times, I will surely rise again ”
    Good stuff

    • Markado
      Posted at 19:35h, 21 August Reply

      Love that Andrew! We appreciate your feedback.

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