Join 'Failure Guy' Ben Currier for a look into the darker side of success. In this podcast, we will find out the hardest moments successful people endured and the failures they encountered on the way towards actually 'making it'.
It is said that we learn the most from our mistakes. Save yourself some time by seeing how my guests had things go horribly wrong and what they learned in the process!
023 - "I'm actually not that important..." - Cooper Krauss
Cooper Krauss shares his story of working his way up from being a waiter in college to finding his path towards realizing his natural ability for sales. He shows how he managed through various failures to find his true self and achieve success in many facets of life.
022 - Success is Maintaining Enthusiasm Between Failures - Steve Bookbinder
Steve Bookbinder had difficulty in finding his career path and, like me, found out he was not exactly an easy employee to manage. Only until he started focusing on inspiring and educating other sales professionals did he find his true passion. Now through his ongoing training and coaching, he is helping their businesses become more successful and is allowing them to start truly loving what they do!
021 - The Fastest Way to Success is to Double Your Failure Rate - Steven Ross
Please welcome Steven Ross, who I will proclaim the KING of door-knocking realtors! Follow his story as he decides to thrust himself into the real world of real estate, one door at a time.
Big thanks to Steven for allowing me even more leeway than usual in terms of the meandering nature of the interview and did not mind me talking about myself more than I typically do.
020 - Fear is Imagination Based - Jacqueline Wales
Our favorite expert in fearlessness Jacqueline Wales shares her thoughts on why failure isn't a state of being, but just means that you're not where you want to be 'yet'. Her story takes us all around the world and gives us some insight as to how to manage our own fears and future-based anxieties.
This episode is shorter than usual due to technical difficulties on my end, so this one has a bit of failure baked right into it!
019 - Open to Exploring the Idea of Failure - Sam Pomerant
Comedian Sam Pomerant joins for the strangest episode of Failure Guy yet.
Failure Guy Ben is in a tumultuous time in his life and hopefully this lesser polished episode gives a bit of a peek behind the curtain. Listen to this episode with an open mind as it's a bit all over the place and not a typical episode.
Thanks to Sam for being such a great sport and letting his hilarious personality shine through!
018 - My Failures Brought Me Where I Am Today - Noa Ronen
Noa Ronen shows how daring acts of sharing with the world can not only help those you want to serve, but can help you to find yourself and your tribe in the process.