Stop Only Celebrating Your WinsNonprofit leaders and marketers, it’s time to fail. Though it sounds counterintuitive to celebrate failure, we are here to tell you that if you are not failing then you are not pushing yourself hard enough. Understanding your nonprofit’s failures will get you much closer to succeeding. Your organization’s fails will help your nonprofit be completely self-aware by continuously testing your limits and how far you are willing to go. Ensure that your nonprofit is as conscious as possible and it will be the best way to audit your growth requirements and potential.
What Is a High Impact #Fail?
The best way to describe a high impact fail is that it is a failed, raw idea that your organization had taken a chance on because the outcome sounded promising. High impact fails are the shots your organization takes that have the potential to move your nonprofit forward, but ultimately do not succeed in doing so. They’re not all bad, though. Keep reading!
“We get pissed if there are no high-impact fails on our monthly win board, because that means we’re not pushing ourselves out of our comfort zone enough.”Cameron Ripley