In a traditional job when we make a mistake, you know what will happen. Wrists slapped, maybe called out in front of others around a boardroom table, perhaps even fired. (When I worked for a huge international company for a department President, he loved to send me to the principals office: the HR dude. And that was after he yelled at me. It was a joke, and the two of us (HR guy) would just sit and talk… At least I wasn’t decorating a desk for those moments.)
But with comedy the error is proudly showcased and shown over and over again. They are known as “bloopers.”
Wow. What a reframe.
What if you took your small or massive errors and failures and reframed them?You’ll always find the blessings when you take time to look for them inside the “failure.”
What if you take the lessons and leverage them in a unique, powerful, unconventional way?
Years ago I attended a Young Living convention and we could...