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Released on: 2015-12-07
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Ep. 66 Fail Fast, Learn
Ep. 66 Fail Fast, Learn Faster: Creating a Safe Environment to Fail to Propel You and Your Business Forward
“Fail fast, fail often” is a common business concept that many apply (or desire to) in order to drive growth for their organization.
While this mindset and approach is something that many say they embrace, it isn’t always fully realized in a way that builds the right forward momentum. So what does it take to create an environment where failure isn’t feared but rather is used as a building block for mindful learning - for you and your organization?
Rick Lindquist is the founder of LegUp Ventures and former CEO of Zane Benefits now People Keep. Rick was put at the helm of the company at the ripe of old age of 22 and spent the next 10 years quickly learning and iterating in his role. From the highs and lows of that experience, he has gained a deep appreciation of the importance of learning from failure.
Now in his mid thirties and in the next phase of his career, he is focused on using what he has learned to help underdogs get a leg up, as an entrepreneur, author and consultant.
In this episode Rick shares:
• What ‘Fail Fast. Fail Often.’ really means when it comes to creating that positive approach for you and your organization
• How to create an environment that makes it safe to fail professionally and personally
• The importance of intentional self-reflection to truly see the potential lessons learned and grow from it
Learn more, and find the complete show notes, at https://www.strategicmomentum.co/episodes/66
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o LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/riclindquist/
• Visit Rick’s website: https://www.ricklindquist.com/
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Great lesson (as always) Finding the bass part (which is my area of interest) very helpful -Thank you. At the risk of becoming a Rolling Stones bore, would you consider please covering the guitar and bass to ‘Gimme Shelter’ which in my humble opinion is not just one of the Stones greatest songs but one of the greatest songs ever! Apparently one interesting fact about this song is that the bass on the recorded version is played by Mick Taylor and not Bill Wyman as most would expect.
Excellent! Keith, Brian, and Bill all in the same lesson! Early Stones can't be beat! Take care, Tony
Hi Jason. Just discovered your lessons and they are great. easy to follow and comprehend. thanks for all your hard work. looking forward to growing as a guitarist with your instruction. Keep up the awesome work!
I've been listening to this song for more than 40 years. It's only after I've watched your tutorial Jason that I can hear the F sharp and E notes in the intro. I've listened again to the original Stones version and now can clearly hear them, whereas before it just wasn't there for me. Most guitarists I've seen play the intro with just the double stops and the A note. Now I know they're playing it wrong thanks to you Jason. Nice one.
Mate, great lesson, thank you.