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Free Lunch & Learn Workshop – Thinking Toolbox: Failure

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

11:30am - 1:00pm

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Does the word “failure” trigger you?

 

It’s so hard for us to deal with, that we don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the relationship we have with failure. The irony, though, is that failure is one of the most important things to your brain. If you never failed anything throughout your lifetime, you couldn’t walk, talk, ride a bike, or relate to people; everything that’s meaningful to us has a string of failures that’s a part of our story. Instinctively, we all know that failure is important, but we don’t want to talk about, think about and certainly not experience it, definitely not in front of other people.

We have this secret story going that sounds something like this: “no one really knows that I fail, and if I let people see that I fail, that’s going to be bad and they will think less of me.” In reality, the failures that we have is the evidence of how much we’ve done in life, and how much our brain has been able to change and strengthen itself. There is a difference between failure having us, and us having failure. In other words, when we can see failure as an experience in our lives that we can actually create mastery in, we can find the learning in our failure experiences. There are tools that can help us before, during and after experiencing failure, to help us leverage that learning in really powerful ways.

Join us for a lunch and learn workshop, where we’ll dive a little deeper into the science behind failure, and a tool that you can use to help you reframe your experience with failure.

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