Failure Equals Opportunity

The very first thing I want to tell you is that you have not been abandoned.  It is still my ultimate desire to help others find that confidence and power deep within themselves.  Each of us has the power within themselves to become a powerful force whether that be used for good or evil.

 

Our tagline remains the same;

 

Discover Your Purpose, Embrace Your Passion, Harness Your Power, Feel Your Pride!

 

In the DEN OF PRIDE we will always try to help you find what is right and good and help you discover those little things that everyone possess that make us beam with PRIDE.  I have taken that upon myself as my mission.

 

In the DEN OF PRIDE we aim to help others remove the struggle from their lives and find their true purpose through positive reinforcement and empowerment.  DEN OF PRIDE is a blog, Podcast and Community forum for support and positivity.

 

You might have noticed that the DEN OF PRIDE Podcast has not been published in many weeks.  We have taken a hiatus to get on the right track.  I continue to interview people on subjects of importance to those looking to find a better way that leads to their true path.  We are not gone forever, we are just temporarily away, recuperating and getting better.

 

I have failed, both you and myself in not honoring my commitment in posting valuable content for the betterment of others.  Now I could give up because I am a failure, as I would have in the past.  But if there is one thing I havve learned from my lesson, all these many years, it is that failure is just an opportunity.  It is an opportuinty to learn from my mistakes and become better.

 

I have been given a grand opportunity in that I have become aware of some of my failings:

 

  1.  I rushed into this by giving myself a commitment date that was not realistic.  It was barely over 2 months from the date I decided to launch DEN OF PRIDE as a podcast, unitl the date it hit the air.  I was not ready!
  2. I did not have enough content to offer my valued listeners and came up short and found myself wanting for interviews and recorded shows.
  3. I did not have the confidence that I was trying to demonstrate that all of us should possess.
  4. I was not prepared to offer you valued content myself.  I intended to offer up tales and wisdom of all of the valuable knowledge I have amassed through the recent years of my personal development journey, which by the way is never-ending.

Am I am fraud?  No!  I am a work in progress, as are we all.  I will keep working to become better as I encourage my listeners to always strive to become more.

 

“Don’t wish it were easier, wish you were better.”  ˜ Jim Rohn

 

I have failed, but I ahve gained invaluable insight into the workings of this business called personal development.   DEN OF PRIDE will be back (When? To Be Determined) and it will be stronger than ever.

 

Failure equals opportunity!

 

 

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