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is it possible to learn from my mistakes?

The big ideas—the breakthroughs that change the course of science, business, and history—fail many times before they succeed.

The False Fail is common to loonshots. Risks of this type of death can never be fully eliminated—negative results don’t come with a neon sign that lights up “your idea is flawed” or “your test is flawed.”

Leaders of powerful franchises across every industry routinely dismiss early-stage projects by picking at their warts. Without a strong cocoon to protect those early-stage ideas, they will be shut down or buried.

Good teams will kill great ideas.

  • Peaceful
  • Balanced
  • Grateful
  • Beaten Up
  • Sad

The Holy Grail of psychological power is your ability to flip your Inner Switch … to turn off your lower self and turn on your best possible self.

The key is to practice ... to build your emotional muscles. Repetition is the mother of mastery.

“Each smallest act of kindness, reverberates across
great distances and spans of time — affecting lives
unknown to the one who’s generous spirit, was the
source of this good echo.”
― Dean Koontz

People who did
R.I.P. Frustration
also did

Activate the Butterfly Effect!Small changes can have a big impact. Random acts of kindness can change lives. Baby steps can change yours. Now tap into your innerNet — that’s where the magic happens!


“Somewhere beneath the surface, beneath just the using body, there was the real me — a hurt, scared individual, wishing for freedom. The levels my addiction took me to were in the darkest places, and it is in those times I remember thinking, ‘I’m either going to die, or change.’ And these practices helped me change.”


“I still get angry at times. But rather than stay angry, I do a Wellgorithm. People notice that I’m more relaxed, calm, comfortable in my own skin.”


“I like the fact that Wellgorithms have a sense of humor. It’s ok to laugh. In fact, that’s how we heal sometimes. Sometimes the best therapy is to laugh at your own therapy.”

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