Episode #1583
The Right Way Vs The Wrong Way to View Failure
December 08, 2020

In episode #1583, we talk about the right way versus the wrong way to view failure. Here at Marketing School, we have experienced many different types of failure, and the only way we have tasted success is through learning from these experiences, fueling the fire, and carrying on! It is all about avoiding the same mistakes and staying committed, so tune in to hear all about it!   


  • [00:25] Today’s topic: The Right Way Versus the Wrong Way to View Failure.
  • [00:35] Learning happens when you fail — but you need the right approach.
  • [02:02] If you can avoid the same mistakes you will find your way to success!
  • [02:40] Overly critical attitudes towards oneself and the results of these.
  • [03:36] Using failure as fuel — no pain, no gain!
  • [04:20] That is it for today!
  • [04:24] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information or call us on 310-349-3785!


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Mark Zuckerberg

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