- Why Should You Listen to Me?
- Introduction: So You're Probably Not an Epic Failure Yet
- Embrace Failure
- Make a Failure Plan
- Go On Now Go
- Your Failure Goals
- Bonus Round: Specific examples and exercises
- Final Inspiration
Do you spend so much time worrying what might happen if you don't have the skills, motivation, energy, resources, finances, or knowledge to reach your true dreams, that there's no time left to actually do it? Do you feel like everyone will ask, "Who do you think you are?" or "What the heck do you think you're doing?" if you finally pursue what you've always wanted to do? Are you your own worst enemy when it comes to success?
Learn how failing epically can actually help you overcome fears, beat procrastination, set realistic goals, and make real advancement in the direction of your boldest ambitions.
When did we start thinking that messing up, making a fool of ourselves, and falling down were signs that we’re on the wrong path? In this brief course, you'll acquire concrete steps for breaking old patterns, pushing your boundaries, and finding what works for you. Dawn will share why failure should be a part of every success story, how to create an effective failure plan and hold yourself to it, and specific stories and strategies to inspire you to stay the course.
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Dawn Smith-Camacho is the founder of Whole Life Solutions- offering professionals in intense times of transition a holistic approach to clarity and order inside and out. She is a professional speaker on living fiercely with purpose, intention, and clarity, and a coach for professionals at a turning point. She is also a trilingual interfaith minister, and premarital counselor. Dawn has officiated over 600 ceremonies, and spoken at conferences, panels, churches, and events on both coasts, with clients including ORACLE, VISTAGE, the Society for Simulation in Health Care (SSIH), Team Rubicon, UNICEF, the LAPD, NACE, ILEA, Unity North Atlanta, Cal State University, UCLA, USC, and New School University. She splits time between Southern California and Atlanta, with occasional stops in NYC and the Bay Area, and wakes up every day grateful to do what she loves.