Today we’re continuing this week’s discussion on failure. On Tuesday there were several good questions and comments made in the MagicMethod Phone Sourcing Class Chat that deserve more attention. They are:
“We all have business images to uphold, no one wants to be honest about the reality of our times.” Do you think that’s true?
“I think failure here can be looked at as not seeing the market changes, and adjusting accordingly.” What market changes are we seeing and what adjustments can we make?
Do you need anyone's permission to "admit" to failure- thoughts? You can visit that discussion here.
“I think failure is the inability to make a good living and thus you have to live off your own money in the bank.”
“Failure carries a strong taboo-why?”
“As sourcers we're good at assessing motivation. Agree?”
“Is NOT listening one of the steps to failure?”
“If times are lean, and you aren't paying the bills, you should quit and do something more productive in a different field.”
“Do you think personality types key into failure rates?”
“How do you know when you have a problematic personality?”
“At this point in my life my definition of success is much different than it was 20 years ago.”
Read more about Tuesday’s chat here.
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“We are not certain, we are never certain. If we were we could reach some conclusions, and we could, at last, make others take us seriously.” ~ Albert Camus (French Novelist, Essayist and Playwright, 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature, 1913-1960)