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Book Of The Week

Book of the Week – Little Failures

Failure doesn't have to be a setback. Instead, consider it a stepping stone on your journey to personal development.

There’s a famous Rocky Balboa quote: “It’s not about how hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.” Author Alisha Wielfaert wants to help you bounce back from your failures stronger than ever. Read “Little Failures: Learning to Build Resilience Through Everyday Setbacks, Challenges, and Obstacles” for tips on overcoming the challenges and failures you might face in your everyday life.

What is your book about?

Failure hurts! It’s painful and can feel damaging. The truth is, failure is the gateway to success, innovation, creativity, learning and growth. Like everyone who’s living and growing, we’ve all experienced the pain of failure. Author Alisha Wielfaert is no exception. While her experience with failure may not be special, she realized that her perspective on how to embrace failure as the road to resilience, creativity and innovation is unique. Within the pages of this book, you’ll discover that Little Failures can lead to resilience and much more. You’ll learn how to distill the lessons of failures in a tangible way and take recovering actions that will propel you not just forward but also in the next right direction. Ultimately, you should see this book as a guide to help you navigate your own failures when they happen and turn them into fuel.

Main takeaway and topics:

  • Our failures are our best-kept success secrets and they build a foundation for growth
  • Overcome challenges in your life
  • Resilience in the face of adversity
  • Personal development and character growth

Why should people read it? Who is the book for?

If you dream of doing something but the fear of failure holds you back, then this book is for you. If you’re having a difficult time getting over a recent failure, you’ll find a guide to using it as fuel. Having tools to overcome adversity can give you valuable insights that you can take with you for the rest of your life.

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Meet the author

Alisha Wielfaert is a creativity, transitions and resiliency coach. She lives by the motto “We rise by lifting others”. She is the host of the Yoke and Abundance Wise Women weekly podcast and has recorded over 168 episodes. Wielfaert spent 11 years as an award-winning internal wholesaler in the life insurance industry. She is a 500-hour certified yoga teacher and certified Positive Psychology Practitioner. Triad Business Journal named Wielfaert their 40 under 40 in 2020. She is the author of Little Failures: Learning to Build Resilience Through Everyday Setbacks, Challenges, and Obstacles. Wielfaert is an avid creator, writer and speaker who enjoys working with anyone who has a desire to take action towards their dreams.

See more of Alisha Wielfaert’s work at Yoke and Abundance.

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