Failing to Learn
Failure is not such a bad thing. So why do most of us look at it that way? Even Noah Webster, the father of the modern dictionary, painted failure in negative light. His definitions use terms like deficiency, total defect, omission, non-performance, decay, breaking, and insolvent. Talk about a bad rap!
Our guest in Episode #21 equated failure to falling while learning to ski: if you don’t do it, you won’t learn it. Today’s guest looks at failure slightly differently. According to Sanjay Manandhar, it was only a failure if you didn’t learn from it.
Join us in a discussion with Sanjay on failures in the sales cycle and in business.