The Motivational Minute: Embracing Failure in Pursuit of Success
Someone once said, “People who don’t take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year. People who do take risks generally make about two big mistakes a year.” So why not take more risks?
SDEntertainer’s newest contributor, Vince Reardon, explores the topic of success and failure in this Monday’s Motivational Minute. Vince is a highly acclaimed motivational speaker and author of The Pocket Mentor: Insider Tips from America’s Most Successful People. Over the next several months Vince will share his wisdom with us all in a new, two-part video series. The first is The Motivational Minute and the second is Insider Tips from The Pocket Mentor, which will air on Thursdays.
In this weeks’ Motivational Minute, Vince explains that normal people do everything they can to avoid risk because they’re afraid of failure or afraid of looking stupid. Highly successful people are continually taking risks and continually failing, but they succeed more than the rest of us.
Vince explains that in order to be more successful, we should all take one or two calculated risks this year. By doing so, we will open ourselves up to greater success in life.
Find out more about Vince Reardon by reading our introductory article on him, and stay tuned in weekly for more Motivational Minutes and Insider Tips.