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Fail To Learn: Teaching stories from business, sales, marketing, coaching, blogging, freelance, & entrepreneurs.

By Matt Fox: Entrepreneur, Business, Sales & Marketing Strategist, and Blogger

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Success is found on a path of mistakes. Matt Fox, from, talks with those who have found success so you can learn from their mistakes, and failures. You'll discover you're not alone on your path to business success. You'll find new insights that will help you grow your business. Past guests who've shared their business mistakes include: Ben Settle, Jon Nastor, Jim Keenan, Nate Kontny, Dov Gordon, Jason Leister, Mike Vardy,Tony Stubblebine, Tim Brownson, Barry Moore, Zephan Blaxberg, Nicholas Kusmich, Adam Franklin, Mike Vardy, Steli Efti, among others. Marketing, business, automation, coaching, freelance, sales, entrepreneurs, outsourcing, selling, search engine optimization, building authority and trust, social media, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Podcasting, eBooks, online marketing, productivity, management, leadership and more to help you better understand yourself, your business, and truly prosper and avoid failure.

Customer Reviews

Love the concept!!

Too often we hear about the things that worked, but not about the things that didn't. Can't wait to hear some of the setbacks of your guests and how they overcame them and excelled. Looking forwrad to more form this podcast.

Studying only success is silly

You can learn a lot from watching successful people "do their thing." You can learn just as much from watching people make mistakes. Where did things start to crumble? What were the signs? How close am I to making those same blunders?

And how does one stage a triumphant comeback?

Matt has done the business world a humongous service by reminding us that we need to look at both sides of the coin. Failure is largely ignored or glossed over, and by exploring that topic -- along with entrepreneurs who are courageous enough to talk about their gaffes -- we uncover invaluable lessons for life and business.

Plus, these interviews are fun to listen to! Matt is a great interrogator and his guests so far have been outstanding, authentic and inspiring.

I'll be listening to this podcast without fail!

Recovering Fool

“Only a fool learns from his own mistakes. The wise man learns from the mistakes of others.” -Otto Von Bismarck

"A smart man makes a mistake, learns from it, and never makes that mistake again. But a wise man finds a smart man and learns from him how to avoid the mistake altogether." -Roy H. Williams

The Fail to Learn Podcast will save you from becoming a fool!

I'm financially independent, but the majority of my life looks like failure. It's downright ugly! If I had a podcast like this to listen to I wouldn't have been such an idiot.

This Podcast will help you prepare for the worst, but hope for the best. It will help you to see that everything in business is a test. Some things work and some don't.

Thanks Matt for bringing this valuable Podcast to the entrepreneurial community.

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