Self-Care & Mindfulness Psychology

Bouncing Back from Failure

For many of us, the belief that we have failed at something important or meaningful in our lives is overwhelming. This course is about how you can learn to overcome any failure in life by harnessing the lessons concealed within the failure itself. In this class, you will learn a number of techniques designed to help you reconcile with any personal and professional failures you have suffered in order to extract every lesson possible and turbo-charge your own personal development, career, earning potential, and relationships. Most of us don’t know the critical actions we must take to analyze our failures and pluck the pearls of wisdom from them. By the end of this course, you will possess a robust new set of skills that will help you bounce back from any failure. Reach your full potential, unencumbered by the insurmountable regret, shame, fear, or hopelessness that failure can bring. Make your failures work for you, not against you. This course will teach you what you need to learn from any failure so that you never waste a failure again!

11 lessons
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1h 18m
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92%
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Jordan Thibodeau is an avid connector and member of the Mergers and Acquisitions team at a major Fortune 500 tech company. He’s also the community manager of Silicon Valley Investors Club, an investment community for tech professionals. Jordan has interviewed top talent such as Ray Dalio, Tim Ferriss, Ben Horowitz, Anne Wojcicki, and Ryan Holiday. His interviews and blog posts can be found at svinvestorsclub.com. He also has a monthly newsletter called Investors Therapy.

Joe Ternasky joined Facebook in 2017 to establish the Privacy and Data Use team, his focus on end-user privacy products and infrastructure. Before Facebook, Joe spent a decade at Google building Google Apps, the Google Search Appliance, and Postini. He spent several years in Tokyo as the engineering site director for Google Japan. Before Google, he worked for Apple, Adobe, WebTV, and Microsoft, with a focus on graphics applications, system software, and internationalization. Joe graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a BS in CSc.

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