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Experiencing Life Fully

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Mike Bledsoe to talk about a variety of topics, including one of the lowest points in my life, hitting bankruptcy. We discuss how instead of letting that defeat me, it propelled me to the creation of LIFEAID and gave me a new perspective on life going forward.

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Strategies for Learning from Failures

Are you thinking about failure in a positive way? Or do you cloud the term failure with negative implications, hurting the great potential that comes from learning from our mistakes? Check out this article from the Harvard Business Review outlining the key strategies we use to deal with failure, such as blaming others or distinguishing between avoidable and unavoidable failures. We learn how to detect, analyze, and learn from our failures, creating a culture of learning.

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How to Embrace your Mistakes as Lessons

In this episode of “Do it Scared”, podcast host Ruth Soukup shares her incredible journey through life and how her mistakes lead her to where she is today. Sukup shares the mistakes she made in her own life and how she overcame them in hopes of encouraging her audience and listeners to accept their mistakes and grow from them, rather than run from them. If we’re able to reframe the way we look at mistakes in our own minds, we can move forward and view our mistakes as lessons learned.

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"We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents."

- Bob Ross

Learning the Art of Making Mistakes

What if making mistakes was an art form? This article breaks down the art of making mistakes, from being willing to fail to using our errs as foundations for learning. Author Maggie Wooll explains that “it can be challenging to maintain a positive outlook, especially when we get caught up in the torrent of daily life”, but tough days actually work to fine tune us into the best version of ourselves.


Falling Forward - Turning Mistakes into
Stepping Stones

New York Times best-selling author John C. Maxwell explains that the difference between average people and achieving people is their perception of and response to failure. The concept of failure is deemed something to be afraid of and often misunderstood. Maxwell helps us confidently look the prospect of failure in the eye and move forward anyway.

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