The Audacity to Fail is a podcast about designing your life so that great things can happen in your career, business, family, and personal life despite failure. Join me as I interview guests on the topic of failure in an attempt to help us all understand what the "Audacity to Fail" really means. Learn more: theaudacitytofail.com
Jeff Tatarchuk: Finding Joy In The Journey
Jeff Tatarchuk is a serial entrepreneur and founder of 6 companies; 5 of which have been sold or acquired. As the a career coach and speaker, Jeff enjoys being a connector and using his gift of ideation in helping other entrepreneurs bring their ideas to life and help investors find a way to align their capital with high growth investment opportunities. He is a sought after consultant, speaker, and the chief marketing officer and co-founder of VMAccel, a FPGA-based high performance cloud computing company.
Standing In Your Way, Wasting Your Own Time.
We’ve all been conditioned to think that failure is the worst thing that can happen to us. But failure is not the issue, the problem is not knowing how to recover when we do fail. In this episode, I'm going to share a lesson that took me nearly 30 years to learn that is finally helping me get out of my own way.
DeVon Franklin: How to Live Life on Your Terms
DeVon Franklin is an award-winning producer, New York Times best-selling author and renowned motivational speaker he has made a commitment to inspire people around the world through entertainment. DeVon joins The Audacity to Fail to discuss balance, setting expectations, and his new book, LIVE FREE.
Warren Shaeffer: The Other Side of Fear
Warren Shaeffer is the Co-Founder & CEO of Knowable.fyi, a venture-backed audio learning platform and library of original, expert-led audio courses. Warren joins The Audacity to Fail to discuss how he balances life and work, wins and losses, performance pressure, and how being kind to yourself is essential to avoiding burnout.
The Storm You're Willing To Handle
Every dream has a storm or set of inevitable failures one must endure as stepping stones to handle your journey's next phase. For some, the storm is comfortable and feels more like light rain; for others, it can feel like a tsunami. What's your dream, and do you have the audacity to endure a tsunami to reach your goals?
The Audacity to Fail — Trailer
We all can dream big dreams. But the challenge is how to create in ourselves the audacity to fail – because it's in that process of trying and failing that we learn and grow and develop and ultimately succeed at bringing our dreams to life.
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I love this!
This podcast is a wonderful reminder that even the ultra successful have failed. I sometimes struggle with burnout and feel like a failure when my body is insists I rest. Fear of failure and embarrassment have kept me from pursuing many things in life - including rest and relaxation. I’m just now starting to embrace the potential for failure. This is because I know deep down, my failures will only lead to my eventual success or pivot. Thank you for the reminder.
A voice of our generation
I’ve known JQ since I was a teenager. He first introduced me to the 5 Love Languages book and he’s been teaching me life lessons ever since without even trying. His view of the world is so unique based on his diverse experiences and variety of talents. He doesn’t share very much, but when he does you better listen.