How to do you learn from failure? Learning Frames should be used to learn your way out of and through a dip preventing you from repeating mistakes, making better choices and creating the best version of yourself.
Learning from a problem breaks the cycle of repeated failures and can help you chart a new better life course
“People often think of failure as not hitting a very specific mark (state champion, management consultant, etc.). I've always been of the mentality that I'll shoot for the stars and if I miss, I'll still be in outer space. Life isn't a cleanly defined, linear experience. Success will look very different for different people. I think we should look at life's experiences as learning milestones and a series of pivots. I'm very happy with where I am today. If I had "succeeded" at some of the goals I listed above, I might not be where I am today. But I'm happier now than I would have been in another position. So really, I "succeeded" by failing at my other goals. Life's really what you make it. What is the most important thing you’ve learned from failure? Failure is the greatest teacher, and not because you need to get slammed really hard to learn. It's the greatest teacher because it shows that YOU were willing to put yourself out there and shoot for something audacious. You learned a lot more from that than you would have with a smaller goal in a sterile environment.”
The next time you fail to reach your goals you will know how to learn from that failure if you follow the key tenets of this new book.
Corporate life is precarious walk on the edge of a multiverse; where on one side you see the person you want to be and on the other side you see the persona of the person you need to be to survive and thrive.