Booked Morning Podcast Episode 24 – Review and Summary of Sometimes you Win, Sometimes you Learn by John Maxwell

In life, we often wonder, what important lessons our failures teaches us. And what part of our failures gives us the best life lessons to take with us and how can we have the mindset to not focus on the negatives but learn from them.This inspiring book by John Maxwell teaches us exactly how to learn and cope with our falls.

On our way to achieving our success, we fall, but if we put just winning ahead of learning, we will never be able to move forward and realize that failures are a part of the process and actually learn from them.

WE ALL HATE LOSING

But the reality is, life is about falling and getting up, from the time we are children all the way to our death bed. It’s the things that we learn along the way that allows us to overcome future obstacles, including the more complicated problems.

Let’s dive into the Podcast.

My favorite quote from this book is very short

“Mistakes can often be our best teachers.”

Allow me to leave you with this.

It doesn’t matter how many times we fail; what matters is how much we learn from our failures. Life is hard and often unfair.The most important question is not “What am I getting?” but “What am I becoming?”To achieve our potential, we must be willing to say, “I am responsible.” Success comes from making a persistent effort and performing several small steps daily.Each time you confront what you fear, you get stronger and closer to achieving success.

Kristoffer John Cardona
I’m a passionate local business marketing expert, a husband and father of three (3) beautiful kids who I live for and who are my main source of inspiration. I am the Director of Marketing and Operations for global lingerie brand Affinitas Intimates & Parfait. Where I work with a group of equally passionate gals/guys where I work to lead my team in growing our brand profile globally as well as helping our retail partners and distributors maximize their success with the brand. I am also the founder and chief marketing strategist at Intrari (formerly Netsology) a San Gabriel Valley based performance marketing agency.