In today’s business environment, success may seem very elusive to some CEOs. Businesses that have been around for years either have closed their doors or find those doors creaking shut. Bank empires have crumbled like an old cookie, and the well of money has all but dried up for some.
Yet, amid failure we see new ideas and businesses emerging. So, what is failure? In a recent workshop led by Garrett White exploring our “Soul Purpose,” I felt compelled to consider the role of success and failure in developing leaders. The faithful dictionary defines failure as “an act or instance of failing or proving unsuccessful; a lack of success.” But, is failure really all that bad?
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