This parable from India proposes another way to look at what might be considered “failure”.
What do you have in place to help you keep your outlook positive, so that obstacles look more like opportunities?
What is the best way to respond to rejection? How can you thrive in spite of it?
Behind any successful person stands a long string of failures. Abraham Lincoln serves as a perfect example.
Better leaders develop healthier organizations. So what makes a better leader?
Having an internal frame of reference is totally different from having an external one.
Being inquisitive is inherent to long-term success.
Nobody becomes a success alone. Who helped you get here? In turn, who are you going to help?
The key to success in any venture is to be who we are and gravitate to the things we love to do while at the same time always respecting the differences in others.
If you live with purpose — with a focus on changing yourself – what might that impact? How big might that impact be?