Tag: failure

What to Do Immediately After a Failure

Even the most successful salespeople fail sometimes. And, it’s those same successful salespeople who know how to handle each failure. While never welcome, failures can help your career—and are actually a good sign.

Embracing Failure as a Mentor: How it Impacts Your Employees

The great Winston Churchill once said that success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm. A true leader, therefore embracing failure, learns the lessons taught by setbacks and continues until they succeed.

Are We Willing to Fail?

Nobody wants to fail, but everybody will. The problem with many leaders is that they are not willing to fail.

People don’t fail. Oh, wait. Yes they do.

Ever hear the old saying, “Failure is an event, not a person.” That statement is half right. Failure is an event AND a person.

Why You Should Help Your Team Members Celebrate Failure

So the hotshot young coder you hired a few months ago came up with a new idea for a report that she was convinced would be a big hit with users. She made her case and the bottom line numbers looked good. She spent weeks on the project. The report has been available for a

It’s not failure. It’s failure to do your best.

I’m often asked, “Why do salespeople fail?” The answer is: They don’t fail. They fail to be their best. They fail to do their best. They fail to think their best. And they fail to take the best actions to help them succeed.