We typically have a strong aversion to identifying as a failure. Many of us learned to fear failure at an early age because it meant an ocean of disempowering beliefs about ourselves. The word fail is laced with judgment and shame. And this has been passed down for generations. But what if we recreated our relationship to failure? How would our way of being shift? How much more could we grow? In this episode, we discuss nuances surrounding failure.

  • Disempowering relationship to failure
  • Failure defined early on including through public education
  • Failing vs. being a failure
  • Patience and failure
  • Reframing relationship to words
  • Pivoting
  • Learning to accept paradox as a broader reframe

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