The life of creative leaders is built on taking risks. Entrepreneurship is to be bold, and to be the one that stands and heads toward a new initiative.
The work that goes into turning an idea into tangible business is humbling for anyone, even the most brave-hearted. Every step asks you to raise the bar – and the stakes – to new, dizzying heights. Leaders know how to bring their team to the brink through embodying the mission, and guide the way for those who believe the values and vision are true and right.
The higher we reach, the deeper the fall. What happens when you get it wrong? Sometimes, it goes spectacularly wrong. We all know how disruptive the experience of failure can be: that moment where it all comes to a stop, the towel is thrown, and everything is different. These are profound personal moments that can become torments when they are mishandled.
The difference lies in how to fail: what one person sees as a debilitating disappointment another will turn into an opportunity. Engineering the fail will allow you to master the passionate nature of creative leadership.