Fail Spectacularly


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Spec·tac·u·lar (spk-tky-lr) adj. impressive or sensational. n. A single dramatic production of unusual length or lavishness. b. An elaborate display.

When we think of failing, most of us don’t want to attach the adjective “spectacular” to the front of it. This isn’t the case for Jason Seiden. He even owns the web site and has a great new book, How to Self-Destruct: Making the Least of What’s Left of Your Career (affiliate link).

I met Jason while doing a video shoot with Carol Roth last week. This is what he had to say about “going all in when you fail”

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Barry Moltz
Barry Moltz Group
Barry Moltz has founded and run small businesses with a great deal of success and failure for more than 15 years. Barry is a nationally recognized expert on entrepreneurship who has given hundreds of presentations to audiences ranging from 2 to 2,. His third book, BAM! Delivering Customer Service in a Self-Service World shows how customer service is the new marketing.


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