Failure is not the opposite of success…it is part of success
Sitting inside the my new restaurant venture, The X Pot, inside the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, I want to share why failure is so important and how success is not a monetary destination and that success is not an end-goal. If you think a monetary destination will make you eternally fulfilled, you will never achieve happiness and never find something that you love. Instead, find things that drive you that wakes you up in the morning even if the going gets hard. Failure has actually opened a lot of doors for me. I share an example from my first app creation that failed in High School. Even though we put thousands of hours into the project, we failed. Fortunately through the time spent I attained my two best friends that I now call brothers. Those two are now investors and partners in my many other projects all from a big high school fail eight years ago. If we hadn’t failed and learned from the creation of that app, I would not have learned many essential and key items that I apply in my ventures now.