Why you need to fail

Some time ago I discovered Derek Sivers after watching his three excellent short presentations he has given at TED. I really liked his way of thinking and decided to “keep an eye on him”. Then, when recently Seth Godin‘s publishing company The Domino Project announced that they were publishing his new book entitled Anything You Want (Amazon affiliate link), I realized that he most definitely have something very valuable to share.

I was right. The book is fantastic and since then I have become a fan of him. Well, last night I bumped into this remarkable video and I just thought this is an important message that needs to be shared. So here you have it.

Enjoy!

Why you need to fail

Bonus videos!

Well, when I started writing this post, my idea was to simply mention his TED Talks and hyperlinked them. Then I realized that they have the great combination of being short but also very interesting. So I decided to post them here as well. Enjoy!

Keep your goals to yourself


How to start a movement


Weird, or just different?


Related posts:

1. Comfort vs. Achieving your full potential
2. Priceless business advice by Derek Sivers

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8 responses to “Why you need to fail

  1. Pawel Szkudlarek

    some great stuff u shared with us ^^

    thank u Ivan

  2. Great Post.

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  6. Great Work Ivan ! You have been practicing hard !!

    br
    VJ

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