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Ep 156: Embracing the Power of Mistakes with Mark Graban

May 06, 20242 min read


Have you ever wondered how mistakes can actually fuel your journey to success? 

Our guest this week is Mark Graban, podcast host and author of “The Mistakes That Make Us.”

In this episode, Mark explores the pivotal role that mistakes play in shaping our lives and careers. From admitting mistakes to creating a culture where errors are seen as opportunities for growth, he shares practical strategies for turning setbacks into stepping stones toward success.

Episode Highlights:

  • The Importance of Admitting Mistakes: Discover why acknowledging mistakes is the first step towards improvement and innovation.

  • Fostering a Culture of Growth: Learn how to cultivate an environment where mistakes are embraced as learning opportunities, driving continuous improvement and innovation.

  • Strategies for Open Communication: Explore techniques for encouraging open dialogue and collaboration, empowering individuals to voice their concerns and ideas without fear of judgment.

  • Navigating the Emotional Impact: Gain insights into the emotional toll of mistakes and strategies for creating a safe and supportive environment for addressing them.

By the end of the episode, you might just find yourself nodding along, thinking, "Yeah, mistakes ain't so bad after all!" (Or at least, not the end of the world.)


Anybody in a position of leadership needs to listen to his episode. Join us and learn how embracing mistakes can rocket you toward bigger wins and deeper satisfaction.

Favorite Quote:

“We all make mistakes. Every organization makes mistakes. What's optional is learning from them.” 

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