I was rehearsing my pitch yesterday in preparation for the actual pitch I’ll be having on Wednesday. My rehearsal pitch failed miserably.
So what is it with failing that makes us so scared?
If you think of failing on the stage it is soon the only thing you’re thinking about. I will argue that you could actually benefit by trying to fail on purpose. Do something totally unexpected and you’ll be remembered for life!
Sunday was the toughest day I’ve had on this project. I failed to complete the business plan that I mentioned on my post on Day 5 and spent the most of Monday trying to recover from the failure. I even got my wife upset failing to get to bed on time. So my week started down in the dumps.
In hindsight all these failures were good and educational experiences.
But if the day started bad, it ended great! I got so much power from the unselfish acts of my readers: thank you Johanna, Juho and Hannu.
Later today I will be having the biggest and most important business meeting this year. Failing this one obviously means there’s an even bigger deal waiting just around the corner.
So, clearly I’m going to need to go back and read through your previous stuff…good luck my friend!
It’s great to have you reading my blog Darius! Obviously I’ve noticed yours and like your enthusiasm. You google up really well, which is awesome.
I hope I can give you some fresh ideas for your project too! Don’t hesitate to contact me if there is anything you think I could help you with.