In this newsletter, I'm going to teach you how to learn how to fail in your business. Yes, you read that right! Failure is a natural part of the learning process, and it's essential to embrace it if you want to grow and succeed as a business owner.
On Tuesday, I hosted my Royal Retreat with 5 clients and one of my clients has fully embraced this new mantra; she is opening up for failure. I thought this is such a powerful breakthrough and I wanted to share this with you too.
|Royal Retreat, April 11th, Hotel des Indes The Hague|
Why should you fail?
Well, for starters, learning how to fail can help you build resilience and develop a growth mindset. It can also help you avoid making the same mistakes over and over again, which can save you time, money, and frustration in the long run.
Unfortunately, most people fail because they are afraid of failure. They are so afraid of making mistakes that they never take risks or try new things. As a result, they miss out on opportunities to learn, grow, and innovate.
But it doesn't have to be that way. With the right mindset and approach, you can learn how to fail in your business in a way that helps you grow and succeed.
Failure will set you free
Step 1: Embrace Failure
The first step in learning how to fail in your business is to embrace the possibility of failure. Rather than fearing failure, see it as a natural part of the learning process. Be open to the idea that failure is not the opposite of success but a stepping stone to it.
Step 2: Take Risks
To learn how to fail in your business, you need to take risks. This means stepping outside your comfort zone and trying new things, play with this! Take calculated risks that align with your business goals and vision. This will help you learn what works and what doesn't work.
Step 3: Experiment
Experimentation is key to learning how to fail in your business. Try new marketing strategies, launch new products, and explore new markets. Keep track of what works and what doesn't work, and adjust your approach accordingly. Embrace the idea of trial and error as a way of learning and growing.
Step 4: Learn From Your Mistakes
When you do fail, don't beat yourself up about it. Instead, view failure as an opportunity to learn and grow. Analyze your mistakes, identify what went wrong, and determine what you can do differently next time. This will help you avoid making the same mistakes in the future.
Step 5: Persist
Finally, to learn how to fail in your business, you need to persist. Don't let failure discourage you or hold you back. Use it as motivation to keep going and keep trying. Remember that every successful business owner has experienced failure at some point. It's how you respond to failure that sets you apart.
By following these steps, you can learn how to fail in your business in a way that helps you grow and succeed in the long run.
In this week's podcast
We're talking about taking downtime, for yourself and your business.
You don't always have to be ‘present' to run you business.
In this episode I'm sharing how you can recognize that you might start being overwhelmed and what to do about it.
Also I'm answering the question from Thara on how to work more productively on boring tasks…
Do you have a question for me for on the podcast?
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Happening in my business this week:
- This is/was Royal Retreat week for me. I am so incredibly grateful for the opportunity to host an event which is completely what I believe could help people and it did. We spoke about; failure, delegating, choosing, negotiating, focus, being unapologeticallyyourself in your business and making money, joining your partner in their business. This week I will think about part 2. Want to stay up to date? Subscribe here.
2. I've launched the Big Business Club, an exclusive club for my clients only. For a deeper dive into their business.
3. I'm preparing for my Big Business Mastermind launch. More on that next week.
Have a happy week!