Posted January 14th, 2010 by Gena Rotstein
I just read a very interesting article entitled A Helpful Guide to Failure in Philanthropy. By Robert Wood (@lblumenthal) with Johnson Foundation. In this article he talks about failing with style and failure as success. When I first read that I was a little concerned; I mean really, how do you fail with success? He had successfully captured my attention so I continued to read. As a student, we are prone to trying new things, taking a few risks and building portfolios. Much of what we take on has such steep learning curves and we are bound to have mini blunders along the way, so if I can learn how to turn these blunders into "success" - I'm all ears.