Episode 28

How to overcome failure & setbacks.

by | Jan 4, 2022 | Leadership

Setbacks in life are inevitable. You can choose to view them as positive lessons instead. We should learn from our mistakes, but we shouldn’t dwell on them. Minor setbacks can help us grow stronger and get closer to reaching our goals. You also need to take responsibility for your own success. If you want to be successful, you must take ownership of your actions and results. You will not achieve success if you blame others or circumstances for your failures. Instead, learn from your mistakes and make changes to improve yourself.

For many people, communicating more clearly and efficiently means learning new skills. These skills include listening, speaking, writing, reading, and thinking critically.

Effective communication is about more than exchanging information. It’s also about understanding the emotions and intentions behind the information exchanged. You must be able to clearly convey a clear message while listening in a way that gains full meaning of what’s been said and makes the other party feel heard and understood. You need to be able to listen in a way that helps gain the full meaning of what someone says and makes them feel heard and understood.


Sannah Vinding



Darrell Evans

Darrell Evans. Mind The Innovation Podcast

Darrell Evans

Investor | Business Mentor | I help entrepreneurs grow revenue predictably and profitably with less stress and overwhelm.

Digital Growth Strategist &  Co-Founder & CMO of Yokel Local Internet Marketing.

We can’t take responsibility for someone else’s mistakes. But we got to take our responsibility for: Is there something I could have done as a leader to end up with a better outcome?

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Darrell Evans talks about the MindShift Method – where you must make peace with the facts, make new decisions based on those facts, make a plan and make it happen. He also talks about how leadership is the art of being able to pivot and being interested in the outcome of the whole and just not really worried about your role in terms of who gets the credit.

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