Seth Godin: On Failing Until You Succeed

By on May 30, 2014

Have you ever considered the mindset that the one who wins is the one who fails and gets to play again? Change your mind about what it means to fail.

Editor’s Note: Seth Godin is one of the most respected authors, entrepreneurs and marketers in the business today. Yet, like every good success story, he’s had some epic failures along the way. His whole definition of success may change the way you think about failure because, as he says, “if I fail more than you do, I win… If you get to keep playing, that means you get to keep failing. And sooner or later, you're going to make it succeed. The people who lose are either the ones who don't fail at all and get stuck, or the ones who fail so big, they don't get to play again.

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Adam Toren is an Award Winning Author, Serial Entrepreneur, and Investor. He Co-Founded along with his brother Matthew. Adam is co-author of the newly released book: Small Business, Big Vision: “Lessons on How to Dominate Your Market from Self-Made Entrepreneurs Who Did it Right” and also co-author of Kidpreneurs.