Climb Any Mountain

Late last year, Jim Collins offered some leadership lessons of a rock climber. Making the distinction between fallure — not quite succeeding, but not giving up — and failure, he addresses the connection between probability and consequence.

In his blog the Occupational Adventure, Curt Rosengren also draws on rock climbing for career advice. Exploring the basic idea of "climb, fall, think, repeat, succeed," Rosengren, too, considers the possibilities offered by the concept of fallure.

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  • Avi Solomon

    See also:
    'Mount Everest, Mount Analogue and the Impossible' by Duane "Shorty" Lankford