I can’t begin to tell you all of the stories my clients have told me about working on a life’s goal so diligently and completely for many years, and failing each and every time to achieve it.

Their loved ones attempt to console them with some version of it’s better to try and fail, than to never try at all, but most people get stuck on the trying and failing part at the exclusion of everything else.

Failing isn’t a dead end.

This video is my personal challenge to you to see the failures in your life as opportunities to examine your mistakes from a wider lens, learn what went wrong and apply that knowledge you’ve accumulated to be more successful than you ever imagined.

For a lot of you, I know this failing and learning concept already sounds pretty unrealistic, so let me share a real world example in this Living 4D excerpt from my conversation with Mike Bledsoe.

Mike’s first experience with failure came after much success at a very young age in the U.S. Navy. Mike evolved into an entirely different human being and walking a very different path because he learned so much about himself by failing… and learning.

Love and chi,