The Courage To Fail

What is it like to sit on the start line of an Olympic final?  It sounds terrifying, doesn’t it? I did it three times, and each time I was unafraid because I had already failed countless times in practice.   Only by exercising everyday courage can you find the kind of courage necessary for extraordinary performances. In this talk I teach you how to find the courage to fail on a regular basis so that you can succeed when it matters.

Perhaps you have heard of the Honey Badger. (Educate yourself here *insert warning here regarding foul but highly appropriate language*).  This most fearless animal in all the kingdom wears my London 2012 Gold Medal with pride – she knows the secret.

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