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Fueled by Failure: Dare to Fail. Dare to Succeed. Olympian and former NFL player now thriving as a CEO and Philanthropist, Jeremy Bloom pulls at the common thread that unites him with all of us: the defeats we encounter on our journeys to reach our goals. Sharing his hard-earned insights, advice, and practices including lessons from respected coaches, phenomenal athletes, and highly successful business leaders, Bloom coaches you in tackling defeats--big and small--and using them to drive, not derail, your success. Bloom covers: How to rebound and reprogram after defeatHow to utilize the lessons from failuresWhich motivators evoke winning resultsTactics for managing expectations for yourself and/or your teamHow to create a badass business cultureLeaving a legacy, Shining a light on the baggage he, and many other successful entrepreneurs bring along on their journey to success, professional athlete turned CEO and philanthropist Jeremy Bloom, spotlights the bag marked "failures" and unpacks. Captivating readers with anecdotes and takeaways from his successes, Bloom pulls at the common failure thread that unites him with his audience and tackles the rarely discussed facets of failure relevant to reaching career and business goals. Bloom takes aspiring and early stage entrepreneurs from the hilltops of Torino to NFL practice grounds to the struggles of startup, revealing tactical secrets -- personal and learned from popular business associates, coaches, and teammates -- to surviving setbacks while searching for success. Making the case (proven by many highly respected entrepreneurs) that success is never linear, Bloom introduces tactics for managing expectations for ourselves and team, recovering and rebounding after defeat, knowing what to keep and what to toss when it comes to failure's lessons, and plotting a new course. Lessons and practices are illustrated by Jeremy's own story, which include NFL Hall of Famers, Olympic champions, and insights and advice from business leaders. Case studiesand interviews with other practicing entrepreneurs are also presented., Shining a light on the baggage pile he, and many other successful entrepreneurs bring along on their journey to success, professional athlete turned CEO and philanthropist Jeremy Bloom, spotlights the bag marked "failures" and unpacks. Captivating readers with anecdotes and takeaways from his success missions in athletics and business, Bloom pulls at the common failure thread that unites him with his audience and tackles the rarely discussed facets of failure relevant to reaching career and business goals. Sharing his story of public failures on the slopes and the gridiron, Bloom takes aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs from the hilltops of Torino to NFL practice grounds, and onward through the struggles of startup, and reveals tactical secrets-- personal and learned from popular business associates, coaches, and teammates--to surviving setbacks while searching for success. Making the case, proven by many highly respected entrepreneurs, that success is never linear, Bloom introduces tactics for managing expectations for ourselves and team, recovering and rebounding and/or reprogramming after defeat , knowing what to keep and what to toss when it comes to failure's lessons, and plotting a new course. Lessons and practices are illustrated by Jeremy's own story, which include NFL Hall-of-Famers John Elway and Mike Tomlin and Olympic champions Sasha Cohen and Apolo Ohno, and insights and advice from business leaders including Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google; Chad Hurley, co-founder of YouTube; and entrepreneur and venture capitalist Brad Feld. Case studies and interviews with other practicing entrepreneurs are also presented.


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