My guest for Episode #18 of the “My Favorite Mistake” podcast is Audie Penn, an operational performance consultant at Audie Penn Consulting.
In today's episode, Audie tells a story about a job that he got fired from early in his career. Audie got results, but got fired, he thinks, for making people look bad for solving what had been viewed as a long-unsolvable problem. We talk about the importance of relationships and organizational politics and his lessons learned from that episode. He's now become a successful consultant, proof positive that we can build upon mistakes to end up stronger and better off for them. We also talk about what Audie calls “the dignity of work,” which I think is a very important concept.
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