Serial failure-ist and author of the new tongue-in-cheek guide,
Everyone in the world has failed at something at some point in their lives (just look at this page layout). For many, failure is a daily occurrence. To help them and everyone who fears failure, my new self-help guide is aimed at getting people to open up and talk about the topic. You see, we shouldn’t fear failure, but embrace it.
The companion guide shows that failure is not this big, bad monster, but a major precursor to success.
Peppered with amusing illustrations and quotations throughout, the guide offers 11 steps to failure that reveal failure’s true value.
How to Fail Fantastically is essential for anyone aspiring to creative success! Available from leading bookstores (distributed by Woodslane Pty Ltd).
What people are saying about the book:
Good on you Ken, for a mind-twisting pep talk that has its share of laugh-out-loud moments. Business leaders taking themselves too seriously should buy this book. It’s far cheaper than a complicit psycho-therapist session.”Mike Sullivan, Business Acumen Magazine.
The only thing worse than failing at all, is failing with mediocrity. Ken Williams has raised the bar for failure, encouraging us all to dig deep within ourselves and aim for failure so spectacular, we’d be tested for performance reducing substances. Forget about Robbins, Branson, Gates – anyone can roll-out a few clichéd tips on how to succeed, but Ken fearlessly treads where no man has dared before.”Michael Muleta, Education CEO
Absolute Drivel.”Ken’s Mum.