Hyper-achievers are addicted to success. They are focused on the next promotion, winning a big deal or being the business leader of the year.

I wanted to know how I could grow my business, win more games, lift heavier, sprint faster.

And who was monitoring me, judging me, pushing me?

For the most part, it was my inner voice. The voice that was scared of failure and didn’t appreciate the opportunity that failure would bring.

Take time to discover the small wins and gaps, and not just in your business, but also in your health, relationships and mindset.

Learn to step back and evaluate the details, then you will notice how the small wins and losses move you forward.

Going big all the time is a distraction from reality and will stop you from reaching your full potential.

What is your process for failing fast and learning quick?