choosing to be – or – staring down failure with an ace in my back pocket

This post originally ran in May 2011. If you haven’t noticed, I am a Seth Godin fan, and again I will refer to him. Seth writes a lot about failure and why it’s good because it means we are trying things, we are “poking the box.” I agree, but it[Read more]

Art to Inspire: The 5 Steps to Moving on from Failure

Last week, I was having a conversation with a friend, and one thing that came up was this idea of failure. The word itself seems pretty harsh. Right? It’s always been a negative thing. “No one wants to fail. It just doesn’t sound like fun.” Well, that’s true. I wouldn’t[Read more]

choosing to be – or – staring down failure with an ace in my back pocket

Editor’s note: Gwyn is working towards a Kickstarter project. It’s quite ambitious and a bit slow going. She discusses the possibility of failure below. I am writing this on Mother’s Day. I could have, should have, written it sooner but to be honest I have been so completely preoccupied with[Read more]