Embracing and becoming comfortable in your relationship with failure with Susan and Miha:
- What was missing from his four companies that all crashed overnight.
- What happened after having the ah-ha moment.
- Establishing a healthy relationship with failure.
- You have to take ownership of your actions and the consequences, good and bad.
- Somebody needs to start for people to open up. By sharing your story and your journey, it helps others to open up as well.
- You need a foundation internally, as a human and within your life. It will allow you to fail forward and have a healthy relationship with failure.
“It was at that time as I was exploring a lot – who I am, what I stand for, and so on – when I realized that wearing all those masks and doing all those things, emptied me on the inside. That material stuff, that was all on the outside; my life was super empty on the inside.” — Miha Matlievski
About Miha Matlievski: In 2009, Miha had four companies go bankrupt overnight: landing him $5 million in debt. Contemplating suicide to escape the pain as he looked over the balcony, he had a life-saving AH-HA moment. He realized that failure was a normal part of life: admitting to himself that he failed and to recognize he needed to stop blaming others and circumstances. This was the turning point when he made a choice to learn from his failures so he could do things differently in the future and to help others. Since then, he has climbed back to create a business and scaling it to 8 figures in less than a year. His life mission is to help people develop a healthy relationship with failure…especially entrepreneurs.
Connect with Miha Matlievski:
LinkedIn: Miha Matlievski
Free Weekly Coaching: FrameWork4Freedom.me
Connect with Susan Dascenzi:
Facebook: Kick Your Buts
Book: See Books Here!
Show: Kick Your Buts
YouTube: Susan Dascenzi
LinkedIn: Susan L. Dascenzi, MSW, LCSW