An “immensely intriguing” new approach “that can successfully combat the shame, anxiety, and blame that failing induces too readily in our society” (Laurie Hollman, PhD, author of Unlocking Parental Intelligence).
We spend much of our lives trying to cope with failure. For many of us, adults and children alike, the prospect of failure looms as a debilitating concept in our minds. It can not only stop us from succeeding—it can stop us from even trying.
Fail Brilliantly proposes a radical shift: erase the word and concept of failure from the realms of education and human endeavors. Replace it with new words and concepts. This shift in position has the potential to transform our lives . . . and ultimately reshape our definition of success.