Aaron Bare, a multi-talented entrepreneur who is co-founder of the Herozona Foundation, speaks on “The David Johnson Show” about an entrepreneur’s journey, which often involves failure more often in the early days, which lead to successes later on.
“To get to success, part of that equation is failure,” says Aaron. “The reality is, is I’ve failed at more businesses than I’ve been successful at. Some would say I’m successful, I can tell you there’s also people in this world that would say I’m a failure. Regardless, it’s moving forward, and, I think that’s the mindset and innovation around being exponential.”
“I think it’s the persistence and willpower of veterans to overcome failure,” adds Aaron. “ The reality is we shouldn’t really call it failure. Mistakes are learning opportunities, they are points to move forward. At the end of the day, the idea that you’ve thought you had to start a company is going to be completely different by the time it becomes a company. In that process you’re going to fail forward, but you’re going to make a lot of mistakes. The faster you fail, the faster you actually reach success.”
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