The number one reason most innovators stunt their success is because they don't know how to fail properly! In fact our natural instincts during a failure are so bad, that they make learning, getting up, and bouncing back very difficult. If they didn't, we wouldn't be so afraid of it. It's all remarkably similar to our instinctual reaction to a fall. (See video for more detail!) Failure is no different. When we put forth effort toward something and the results are less than our expectations, that is a failure. And our instincts during this important time are the equivalent of straitening out our arms and bracing for impact. This technique will only lead us to exacerbate the problem, destroy team morale and cause more damage and embarrassment. Let me know if you'd like additional posts on proper failing technique! And click 👉 "Follow" for daily #Innovation Insights! #InnovateWithDiana #InnovateEveryday #management #growth #leadership #curiosity
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