In 2009, Miha had four companies go bankrupt overnight: landing him $5 million in debt. Contemplating suicide to escape the pain as he looked over the balcony, he had a life-saving AH-HA moment.
He realized that failure was a normal part of life: admitting to himself that he failed and to recognize he needed to stop blaming others and circumstances.
This was the turning point when he made a choice to learn from his failures so he could do things differently in the future and to help others.
Since then, he has climbed back to create a business and scaling it to 8 figures in less than a year. His life mission is to help people develop a healthy relationship with failure. Especially entrepreneurs.
What We Dig Into
- Why most of us don’t take action because we’re afraid of failure.
- What are some exercise that entrepreneurs can do to get “over the hump”
- What would Miha done differently leading up to 2009.
- Why it took losing everything to finally let go of his ego.