Your Hero Has Failed

I Want to Play a Game

You’re in a group of your best friends, and you have 1 hour on the clock.

You can only talk about times you’ve failed. 

What do you say?


You’re in a group of your total strangers.

You can only talk about times you’ve failed. 

What do you say?


You probably say different things in each group, but what does everyone in both groups have in common?

Everyone has failed.

-Your best friends and strangers on the street.

-Your mentors.

-Your parents.

-For lack of a better term, “normal people.”

But more importantly, your heroes.

And that’s exactly what has made them someone to look up to.

Heroes don’t save the day when it’s going just fine. Things need to be really fucked up for the hero to emerge. The world has to be in peril before someone inside of you steps up and says “no” through action. 

Other people are not your heroes. The hero who was called forth from inside of them during a time of need is your hero (and theirs). The hero is the character each person becomes when they become more than they are in the face of failure.

The hero is you. 

Because the hero is just a normal person who decided to “put on a cape” by doing more than they thought they could. 


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My dad never wore his seatbelt when he drove. Neither did I. Until the day I was in a tragic car wreck. I lost my

Me Lucky Charms

My accomplishments haven’t brought me lasting happiness. But the friends, memories, screw-ups, and adventures along the way have. Some common goals we have on repeat

Use Social, Don’t Let it Use You.

Human beings need boundaries. We build fences to keep our dogs from running into the street. We put walls in the median to prevent collisions


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