How To Get One Step Closer To Success


When you take a swing at something and ultimately strike out, of course, it doesn’t feel good. But at least you stepped up to the plate and gave it a try. Today, I want to talk about the micro versus macro failures we experience both personally and financially. Most of the time, these micro failures are a positive opportunity for growth, but people often do everything they can to avoid them out of fear. I encourage you to make bold decisions regardless of doubt and accept the possibility of failure. You never know when one of these investments will pay off big! Listen in to hear how taking risks and making bold decisions open you up to success.


Episode Timeline & Discussion Questions:

(1:22) Welcome back to The Chris Harder Show. Today’s episode is about micro failures vs. macro failures.

(4:16) Chris provides an example of a personal macro failure. 

(4:57) Chris provides an example of a financial micro failure. 

(6:31) Chris discusses how fear often leads to macro failures. 

(8:32) Chris emphasizes making bold decisions from a place of empowerment. 

(9:56) Chris asks listeners to sign up for his texts, share the podcast, and leave a 5-star review.

I know failing sucks. I
know that feeling
hurts, but you really
got to step up to the
plate and understand
that it is okay to take
the micro failures, as
long as it's in an
attempt to avoid the
macro failures.

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • The difference between micro failures and macro failures
  • Personal and business examples of macro failures 
  • Why it’s so important to take the opportunity even if it ends in disappointment 
  • Overcoming the fear of opening yourself up for success
  • How to make bold decisions from a place of empowerment

Resources Mentioned:

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