I’m a failure. And proud of it!

Wow, failure is such a powerful word. I looked it up. Here's the definition:

"the neglect or omission of expected or required action."
"an unsuccessful person or thing"


failureWith that definition in mind, it's no wonder so many people are absolutely driven to succeed at all costs. After all, who wants to be a failure?

But what if being a failure is an awesome opportunity? What if when you give yourself permission to embrace failure, you open up to a whole new world of possibility. What if by allowing failure to be a good thing, you can reframe some of the biggest regrets in your life and see them for what they really are. Incredible gifts you've been given so you can learn to be a bigger, better, more expansive, more amazing person.

Check out how to do that in this week's video.


What failures have you been carrying around as guilt or regret that you are ready to release and reframe? Share your new approach to failure. Leave a comment below.

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