EP 109 | 3 Random Thoughts and No Place to Park Them with Kimberley Seldon
April 23, 2019
About this Episode
Occasionally we have snippets of great conversation which don’t make it past the editor to air on a podcast. Why waste great information? In this episode Kimberley shares random thoughts that have not yet been explored on the show.
In this episode we learn:
- don’t be afraid of failure, embrace the learning
- accepting responsibility for everything that’s not working in your business will allow you to fix the problem and move forward
- being vulnerable, even admitting failures can be freeing
- the power of a mature business network
- when it’s time to hire, don’t hire a mini-you
Dare to Lead by Brene Brown
Martha Rossellini says: “Believe in yourself, take risks and don’t be afraid to fail. Failure is discovery. It’s discovering what doesn’t work.”
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