True success, the kind that builds companies, changes lives, and feeds the soul never happens by accident.
It is the result of thousands of hours of practice and an uncountable number of tiny failures that (when properly leveraged) create the learning that makes success possible.
Simply said, you can't have success without first experiencing some kind of failure.
But why are some people affected so negatively by failure?
What's the difference between those who can use their failures to build success and those who become depressed, stymied, or ultimately give up on their goals?
What does it mean to be "failproof"? What allows certain people to use their failures produvtively to accelerate growth?
The Failure Project examines the qualities that make people "failproof" so that these skills can be intentionally developed and taught.
By learning to leverage the small, productive failures, you can increase productivity, heighten goal achievement, and prevent the occurrance of catastrophic or unrecoverable failures from ever occurring.