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I want to hang out with losers

You read that right. I like people who can admit they've failed. Whose lives haven't always been easy

Katrina's Letter Of The Week

December 14 · Issue #39 · View online
Every week, I'll write you a letter. A letter about anything, really. My goal is just to make you think.

You read that right. I like people who can admit they’ve failed. Whose lives haven’t always been easy. Who can admit that life is hard and know that their vulnerability is not a weakness.
Let that sink in. It’s not what we’re normally told. We’re told to tough it out, stick through it, overcome - not slow down or admit defeat.
In fact I can’t think of one time in my life someone just let me lose. But I really wish they had.
I believe we can learn a lot more from failure than our wins, especially at work. Just think how you could thrive if your predecessor had left behind a failure binder and you already knew the 12 ways they tried (and failed).
So this week, let’s be honest about failure. Bold about defeat. Let people know that sometimes, we’re losers.
CEO, Three Ears Media

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