Growth Through Failure
Growth Through Failure – Podcast
In this episode, Rob and Adrian talk about the important topic – Growth Through Failure. They share some insight on getting out of your comfort zone, having a great attitude, and the right kind of failure. Tune-in and let us know what you think! Tune-in and let us know what you think! With over 25 + years of experience as licensed real estate professionals, and a long track record of winning for their clients, Rob and Adrian will teach you what it takes to be an everyday real estate millionaire while making not only good financial decisions but ethical ones. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review!
Rob & Adrian
Hi future real estate millionaires. Welcome back to the Get Rich Slow podcast . I’m Adrian Schermer with my Co-host Rob Delavan. Good morning, Rob.
Good morning. Nice to be with you guys.
Today I’d like to start of with one of my favorite quotes from Ferdinand Porsche and the quote is, “If one has not failed at times, one hasn’t challenged himself.” I love this quote so, so much. Failure is such an important part of growth and the pathway to success in life. Whether it being a millionaire or just a person success in your own metric. Failure is what teaches up and drives us forward, if used properly.
(Laughter) And the beauty is, there’s SO many directions we could go with it. But especially as I’m mentoring, molding and creating my team, and I have for a number of years, and there’s a way to assure that the failure is the right kind of failure. If that makes sense.
I also have a quick story about that but before I talk about it, that guy Porsche definitely knew a thing or two about how to learn from his mistakes.
Yep, yep, he can definitely build one hell of a car. Notoriously known for their racing and they learned from breaking things on the track. And that’s how life should be. We need to push ourselves to those echelons. If you stay within those safe zones and never fail, it feels good. It’s a great feedback loop but generally it still means that something is still left on the table, and that you could still push a little bit harder. Or maybe you should challenge yourself…
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