how failing can lead to future success [podcast]

By o.c. tanner
Podcast

In this session of the Great Work Insights Podcast, Todd Nordstrom speaks with Jay Samit, an entrepreneur, adjunct professor at USC and contributor to The Wall Street Journal. In addition, Samit is the author of “Disrupt You!: Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation.”

You will learn:
3:51 – What the word disruption really means.
4:15 – The only way you are going to change the world and yourself is if you change your perspective. Look at every obstacle as an opportunity to thrive and grow.
4:30 – By “disrupting” ourselves, we can break down our limitations and labels.
6:57 – A year ago is the best time, today is the second best time to change our workflow and engagement.
7:30 – The difference between failing and failure.
9:00 – Samit’s experience with failure.
10:45 – Failing can lead to future success.
11:00 – How Samit is spreading success around the world.
13:25 – Advice for employee engagement.
14:12 – The whole secret for success is solving problems for others.
14:50 – Examples of those that have found success through entrepreneurship and disruption.
17:00 – The power of a big idea.
19:00 – When you do these things to help others, you try to change the world by changing yourself and it attracts the best and brightest as well as enriches your time here. Everytime I help, I get more from helping.
19:28 – Who the perfect reader is of Samit’s new book.

Links and Resources Mentioned:
Learn more and connect with Jay Samit

Website | Twitter

Learn more about: Disrupt You!: Master Personal Transformation, Seize Opportunity and Thrive in the Era of Endless Innovation

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