Lets face it. The entrepreneurial journey is a long path paved with stress, uncertainties, victories and failures.
Failure, a word that fills us with the emotions of shame, pessimism, disbelief and discouragement. But what if failure could mean something different? What if we could actually use failure to boost our self-confidence, strengths and success? What if we could change that negative bias into a positive one? Are you ready?
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” Dr. Seuss. Isn’t he right?
In my previous article on failure (Failure...aka The Invisible Side of Success, November 24th 2017), I wrote about failure in terms of experience, understanding it, and the differences between the good and the bad failure.
In today’s business world, top performing leader and successful entrepreneurs shifted their failure mindset from the old paradigm to the new one. They recognized that failure is indeed inevitable, that failure is a learning process, and failure contributes to their growth and performance.
Adopting the mentality of such successful performers requires you to first change your mindset and...