You want to know what I've been[pretty much secretly-until now] thinking about and working on for the past several months?
How to fail. How to fail more often, faster, and how to fail better.
I have been brainstorming ways to fail faster and better. One specific way was through my #create1x100 project. Another fail better project I'm committing to is having an intention and disciplined practice of failing more openly, and seeking the wise and compassionate feedback of trusted mentors, teachers, and community. We ARE all in this together after all, and I do deeply believe that failing more openly, courageously, and together may very well be our path into greater and deeper humanity.
Below is a link to a brief video I made on the topic - or you can go right to the video at the bottom of this post. I'd love to know your thoughts on the subject. What part does failure play in your success, your creativity, and your humanity?
And what are you doing do fail better?
P.S. If it's your dream to unleash your creative genius, I can guarantee that failure, lots of it, is part of the path! If part of your plan, then, to fail more, faster, and better is part of your strategy to make that dream a reality, then I highly, highly recommend giving yourself the right kind of support. You don't have to do it all on your own - and the journey is so much more fun and well-traveled if you have support. Find a coach or a community. If you think we might be a good fit, you can check out my the current special I'm offering for single coaching sessions at: https://leahcb.satoriapp.com/book