I straight stole this from Seth’s Blog – check the original post here.
He asks tons of question – 16 to be exact and number 13 was the one that caught my attention:
Is perfect important? (Do you feel the need to fail privately, not in public?)
He was connecting perfect with failure, and more importantly, he didn’t give an option for not failing – just asked though if you need to fail privately or publicly.
Failure is not a bad thing. It’s a great question. The insight into public or private failure is key. I think sometimes in leadership – you can’t choose – so fail well.