Failure is viewed negatively by everyone. Failure can be good if it pushes you to make the adjustments needed to achieve a measurable goal and success. Failure is only harmful when a person does not recognize that they are failing and therefore repeats the same mistakes, leading to a catastrophic failure. In this episode, Levi Brackman discusses avoiding catastrophic failure, viewing failure positively, and making the most of mistakes.
Levi Brackman is a former rabbi, Ph.D. in psychology, best-selling author of Jewish Wisdom for Business Success, and founder of Invown, a platform for real estate fundraising and investing.