Praising failure, not perfection

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Failing for an entrepreneur is difficult. But almost certainly mandatory. If we manage to change how we see failure, we can take advantage of it to improve.

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Praising failure, not perfection

  1. 1. Praising failure, not perfection 21 days to get over the Swiss perfectionist ‘syndrome’. @sandrineszabo #simplelab #netinfluence © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  2. 2. Entrepreneurship © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  3. 3. Entrepreneurship is like pregnancy No one delivers a manual. © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  4. 4. Learning curve © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  5. 5. Feeling bad © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  6. 6. Failing therapy should exist © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  7. 7. Weight the price of change © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  8. 8. Decisive moment © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  9. 9. How does our brain works? © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  10. 10. Predictions © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  11. 11. The more, the better © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  12. 12. “ Every time you fight against your intuition, avoid trial and error, you loose an opportunity to improve. Jonah Lehrer © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  13. 13. Change our map © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  14. 14. Puzzle experiment Carol Dwecks Psychologist, Stanford Group A Group B «the smart» «the worked hard» The pick up Easiest Hardests (90%) The examination Lower score Higher score 20% Decrease The retrial 30% Increase © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  15. 15. “ Education leads students to see mistakes as signs of stupidity and not as building blocks of knowledge. Carol Dwecks, psychologist, Stanford © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  16. 16. Challenge © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  17. 17. Recognize patterns Censorship. Apologies. Fear. © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  18. 18. Adjust behavior Explore. Check. Retry. © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  19. 19. Change perception See benefits. Celebrate. Make it a game. © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  20. 20. 21 days challenge For any idea to become an experience in you, it takes at least 21 days. With any truth, the first seven days will be the understanding period. The second seven days will be the practicing period. The third seven days will be the experience. The miracle period! © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  21. 21. Every time you fail, restart the game, change bracelet hand to see if you can get better. © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13
  22. 22. Crafting ideas together. © 2013 netinfluence SARL - All rights reserved - Confidentiallundi, 22 avril 13

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