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Two Keys to Success: Curiosity and Failure

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Success in leadership and life can come down to just two factors: curiosity and failure. Bestselling authors Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner explain how curiosity and failure will ultimately improve your leadership and set you and your organization on a path toward success.

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Two Keys to Success: Curiosity and Failure

  1. 1. 2 KEYS TO SUCCESS CURIOSITY AND FAILURE Jim Kouzes & Barry Posner
  2. 2. When you are curious and start asking questions about things outside of your regular affairs, what you learn often becomes the catalyst for change.
  3. 3. Knowing what to ask and how to ask it are critical skills for leaders and learners. Asking questions—even challenging ones—can lead to positive outcomes.
  4. 4. And when you ask a lot of questions, you’re going to come up with a long list of things to try, and it’s likely you won’t know how to do many of them.
  5. 5. You will stumble, make mistakes, have setbacks, and experience failures.
  6. 6. Leadership is not about playing it safe, and learning is not about doing what you already know how to do.
  7. 7. But with a learning mindset, you can act like a scientist. Make your life a laboratory and conduct as many experiments as possible.
  8. 8. Try something new. Fail. Learn. Try again.
  9. 9. History won’t judge you harshly for your failures if you learn from them. But it will be unkind if you fail to try.
  10. 10. Those who have left the most lasting legacies are those who made mistakes, failed but tried again. That final try makes all the difference.
  11. 11. http://bit.ly/LearnLeadership The real key is to learn from your experiences and be willing to repeat the process. Learn more about the five fundamentals of becoming a better leader.

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