We actively seek out feedback – and we move quickly to correct what isn’t working. We don’t get stuck doing things the wrong way because that’s how they’ve been done. Rather, we recognize and accept the role of failure in growth. We as individual people grow when we learn from our failures. We as an organization grow when we learn from our failures. I am very focused on building an organizational culture that isn’t afraid of failure – if we’re going to do it, and it’s going to happen, we want to acknowledge it, embrace it, do it quickly, learn from it, and move on. It’s not something to be ashamed about, or get upset about. The more we can learn from these experiences, the more quickly we can grow – and ultimately succeed.