The Anatomy of Failure Workbook
Hardships, Mistakes and Failures are a part of life. Our experiences can either empower us to succeed or cause us to just give up and walk away from our dreams. Ultimately, how we deal with our setbacks, mistakes and failures greatly influence our results.
Why the Anatomy of Failure works
Basic Learning: Finding and changing what is ‘not working’ in your life is mandatory for sustained growth. It doesn’t happen just because you have a desire or you try hard. Changing any negative into a positive, means you will need to develop some fundamentals and then build upon them. The Anatomy of Failure Course gives you simple exercises so you can understand the fundamentals and incorporate them, until they become instinctive.
Practice Makes Improvement: Most books or courses fill you up with information. In truth, you don’t need more information. What you need is insight into your own actions in order to change your actions. The Anatomy of Failure course provides these action steps. Lasting change often happens with simple one foot in front of the other steps, not in one fell swoop.
Illusion of Perfection: This course reveals the damaging ideal of Perfection: The standard by which everyone and everything is compared, the highest measure that cannot be achieved. The pursuit of perfection causes many people to only see their faults; this is self-defeating and is echoed throughout the course. Self-confidence and self-esteem emerge from a life pattern of both success and acceptance; these attributes are not born from Failure and therefore have to be created. This is achieved through this course with a non-judgmental approach within the lessons.
Need for Validation: How and where we get approval is a complex interweaving of self and others, how we view our standing greatly impacts our ‘perceived value’. Because we are generally more aware of the areas where we fail, we struggle to keep these aspects of ourselves hidden in an attempt to make ourselves appear more worthwhile. This need to repress is addressed with the Anatomy of Failure as damaging and counterproductive toward Success.
Entertaining Exercises: One of the problems in creating positive change within our lives is it involves energy. Because of this added ‘work’ we (who already feel overloaded) unconsciously start to fight against change, therefore the habits of yesterday are more than eager to take over their unconscious role, thus falling into old patterns…giving up on improvement.
Diversity: Because each module in the Anatomy of Failure is different we have taken out the monotony of typical workbooks. Some exercises have been designed to be applied in conversation. Other exercises are physical that you act out with your body to help incorporate them into your life. Some assignments involve writing while others involve thoughtful consideration. Because of the diversity of the activities in the workbook, different areas of your brain are engaged. This helps you enjoy and relax with the exercises, rather than just learn them logically. This is how lasting change is made.
“Are there specific instructions or techniques that I can use to better understand my self-defeating behavior?”
Yes! The basic insights that are revealed within this course have simple and easy to understand examples of the basic trials and tribulations that ‘we all’ experience.
The course is full of practical techniques that help you become aware of your reactions. We help you to turn your reactions into responses.
“Is there a practical step by step process that breaks down what to do when I find myself stuck within old patterns and habits?”
Yes! This begins with awareness. We all create habits to help our lives work most effectively; however, some of our habits no longer serve us.
The information contained in The Anatomy of Failure is self-empowering with the added twist of a lighthearted ‘don’t take yourself so seriously’ approach.
Life is a Journey, filled with valuable lessons
“Is failure really necessary because I believe what I focus on is what I achieve, why would I focus on something that is negative?”
Yes! A lot of people are afraid to fail, believing it is a sign of weakness. However, contrary to this belief, in order to achieve Success one must work through Failure.
There is no way to live life without failing from time to time.
The only way you won’t fail is if you live so guardedly that you are barely living at all, in which case, you fail by default.
Failure is not something to Fear
Life Experience: Anatomy of Failure was developed by Connie Lynne, who personally learned her most valuable lessons the hard way (through failure). Over a decade later she decided to dissect what had stopped her from moving forward years earlier.
She has combined her practical experience with years of research (including trial and error) that has culminated into this valuable insightful course.
Teaching Experience: Connie Lynne has years of practical experience in guiding people through specific exercises to eliminate negative preconceptions. She exposes our self-sabotaging behaviors within our unconscious reactions.
A Message from Connie Lynne