What if you could do the things you’ve always wanted to, but have been afraid to try? Morgan Spurlock, the creator of “Super Size Me“, and “30 Days” is producing an inspirational support group focused on failure. Failure Club challenges ordinary people to put aside every conceivable barrier preventing them from doing what they really want to do, allowing them to pursue their dreams with the support of the group.
This is a brilliant initiative as it elegantly flips the switch on the negative conditioning we’re exposed to every day. What happened to the dreams of our childhood? Why did we settle? It’s likely that financial and social pressures have discouraged us from doing what we think is risky. The truth is we can’t escape risk in our life and we have everything to gain by doing what we really want to. We only lose by doing nothing and not engaging life.
The Failure Club helps people to separate the notion of negativity from failure. Failure is a necessary mechanism for growth and learning.
The Failure Club experience reveals that those in the group failed often as they reached beyond their safe zone. However, each experience was a successful step towards a fulfilled life.
There’s no doubt this will be entertaining, but I’ll be tuning in for the inspiration that it offers. I consider my blogging network to be my failure club. This supportive circle encourages each of us to innovate and create every day, taking risks we might not commit to alone. However, in less than a year in this community I repeatedly see the creative risk takers learning the most and enjoying success.
We all need a failure club to help us climb to the next level. Whether it’s a supportive spouse, neighbors, or extended family. Connections that help you find a way to succeed in life are invaluable
Tell us about your own failure club.