“The ability to overcome failure–to live through it and move on–is crucial. If we are not willing to face failure–if we don’t have the skills to survive it–we have precluded any real creativity or risk. Failure may never become our friend, but if we are to do meaningful work, perhaps failure needs to be our companion.” –John Hunter
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This week’s episode features a conversation with my brother Gerald Coleman. Gerald is the Director of Young Adult Ministries at Fellowship Missionary Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In this episode, he discusses his struggles with getting his ideas out there and overcoming the time-management issues that confront him. You can follow Gerald Coleman on Twitter via @TheUrbanMonk. Follow Praxis via @DiscoverPraxis. Follow me via @. If you enjoy the podcast, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and subscribe on itunes for new weekly episodes.
You can watch my conversation with Gerald via the video below:
You can listen to the audio of our conversation via the clip below:
As an added bonus, here’s an interesting clip from Harvard Business School’s Robert Steven Kaplan on the importance of recognizing and taking charge of our “failure narrative.”
Stay tuned for next week’s episode. In the meantime, keep failing forward.