“What did you fail at today?”
My wife Natalie Krall and I are going to ask our future kids this question, and often.
We don’t want them to be afraid of failure…
Because not failing means that they aren’t making progress, moving forward or taking action.
It means they aren’t trying…it means they’re playin’ it “safe.”
Fear of failure will be the heavy chains that bind them to the comfort and safety of mediocrity.
We want them to take leaps without worrying about messing up, making a mistake or doing something wrong….
Because I’ve learned that after some of my most exquisite “failures” are when I’ve made some of the biggest breakthroughs and strides in my personal and business life…
So go, little ones! Go and fail and make your Mom and Dad proud 🙂