Working on ambitious projects like writing books and producing a podcast has taught me there's one superpower everyone should cultivate: the ability to bounce back from failure and bad news. Thus, I discovered how critical resilience is to producing great work.
If you're like most of the world, failure and rejection are intimidating, and it's not easy to quickly learn from it and move forward. But, thanks to what I've learned from speaking to hundreds of the most failure and rejection-proof people on the planet, I know it's a skill that we can all cultivate.
Join me to learn how to become a more resilient person. Together we'll:
- Learn to see rejection and failure as feedback and precursors to success, rather than personal failings
- Explore how to give yourself permission to fail and how the freedom to make mistakes often levels you up
- Understand the psychology of breaking those toxic negative stories we tell ourselves when we fail
- Learn from from Andy Dixon, Jia Jiang, Jonathan Williams and Christina Rasmussen- experts in facing rejection, failure, and rebounding
If you aren’t willing to put your hand out there to get it smacked, then you’re
living a life that’s way too safe. And if you’re living a life that’s way too safe, then
you’re living a life that’s not worth living.
The best part is that resilience is a skill. Everyone who aspires to do anything meaningful can and should cultivate it. It's something I work at on a daily basis.Srini Rao