How to Not Feel Like a Failure

Rebecca Gibson, Author, Blogger, MA, BSc.

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8 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:54
    • 2. Why the Current System Isn't Working

      4:12
    • 3. Letting Go of Expectation and Worry

      4:04
    • 4. What Is Failure?

      2:09
    • 5. Dealing with Social Media

      4:44
    • 6. Purging the Toxic

      4:52
    • 7. Tailoring Your New Future

      4:42
    • 8. Wrap-Up

      1:21

About This Class

Previous generations developed a checklist we should all work for. It went something along the lines of: get a nine to five job, buy a house, get married, have two-point-five kids, etc. However, since then, the world has moved way past the point where that checklist is achievable. So, new generations spend their lives crying into their house-priced avocados, feeling like failures. I've spent my life feeling like a failure--until recently.

As a blogger, writer, and master of the zero-hour contracts, I'm here to impart some wisdom on how to create your own, tailored checklist, and be disgustingly happy about it. After all, the world is evolving so rapidly, why should we feel guilty for evolving with it? 

"Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it's stupid." - Possibly, although probably not, Albert Einstein.