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My Epic Failures Of 2014

Welcome to the final podcast of 2014. Thank you to all of you who have listened and shared the podcast this year! I look forward to taking it to the next level in 2015!

This episode is devoted to my 5 big failures of 2014. Of course I don’t see failures as a negative. To me failure is simply a necessary part of success.

I was inspired to record mine after listening to Michael Stelzner’s recent podcast about his. However, not because of the failure. But because of how open and transparent he was with his audience.

Show Notes:

Michael Stelzner’s podcast episode on his failure of 2014: Click here to see the episode

Dino Dogan talking about super cookies on Al Jazeera: Click here to watch Dino (He is at about the 37 second mark)

Road To TED: Click here to listen to this great and former podcast on public speaking

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  1. Ryan Biddulph on December 31, 2014 at 3:32 pm


    Dude, agreed 100% on the manifesting bit.

    Where our attention and energy goes, grows.

    This means that when our predominant vibe is negative, we create a ton of negative business and life circumstances.

    Then a great example; you note how folks grew financially during the Great Depression.

    Jesse Livermore made the modern day equivalent of hundreds of millions of dollars when everybody lost their shirts.

    As for The Secret, I do practice many of the principles introduced AND I move into inspired action AND I learn how to genuinely feel prospering most of the day, so I can work less and move into more effective actions, and I gotta say, thinking, feeling and acting successfully, works well.

    Failure is an opportunity, which makes failing exciting and prospering.

    Takes some mental gymnastics to see failing as an opportunity, but the mental legwork is worth it because it helps you to accelerate your success.

    Super podcast Mike!


    • Mike Brooks on December 31, 2014 at 3:46 pm

      Hey Ryan,

      Thanks for the comment. I actually like the concept of the Secret. It’s based on sound teachings. But what I didn’t like is how they made it out to be mystical and magical. It left the world thinking they could just manifest success without doing the most important part: taking action.

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