By - Jeremy Royster

Quest 6: Failure Faith Copy

Failure Faith with Lewis Schiff

“Failure Faith [is] the conviction that failure may result whenever you try to stretch and achieve something special, that failure yields unforseen lessons and benefits, and that failure sets a bar that your competitors will likely trip over.”    –Business Brilliant

 

Lewis Schiff has spent a lot of time researching and writing about failure.  In Business Brilliant:  Surprising Lessons From the Greatest Self-Made Millionaires he summarizes a secret known to few other than the independently wealthy:

“[businesses] succeed by surviving because Business Brilliance is a game of perseverance.  It is not a game of averages, like high school or college, where failing 6 out of 7 tests always earns you an F.  It’s not like competitive sports, where a 1 for 7 average at anything will get you benched or cut from the team. In business you can fall short 6 times out of 7 and still enjoy great financial success.”

Schiff distills the lessons he draws from business leaders and personal experience into a winning formula easily applicable outside the business world.  For a sampling of Shiff’s business brilliance, play the Failure Faith Spin Game as/after you watch his interview on Learning From Authors, below.

More from Schiff

 

Self Assess

Feel free to redo any of the games or activities until you perform to your satisfaction. Refer to the Answer Key at your leisure.

 

Make Your Own Spin Game Quiz

Make one of your own with at least 10 questions about any topic and share it here.  Then offer feedback about the game in the row above yours.  Don’t forget to check back for feedback you received!

You can easily create a Wisc-Online Spin Game quiz.  There are samples and examples to help.  Try a simple one first with questions you’ve saved in a Google Doc.

 

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