Chandler Bolt & Why Failing It’s a Sign You’re on to Something

Field Notes

Through Dane Maxwell, a successful entrepreneur founder of The Foundation, I have been able to learn a ton about business, SaaS, personal development, and many other important topics that have made both my personal and professional life better.

A couple of days ago I was going over one of his newsletter emails titled C-Level College Drop Out Writes 5 Best Selling Books in which he talked about “Chandler [Bolt who] grew his business Self-Publishing School from 0 to $1.3M and he’s written 5 best-selling books since dropping out.”

I was interested to learn more so I joined Chandler’s free mini course on how to write, publish, and market your first book鈥攎ore on this as soon as I finish it and begin my journey as an author. 馃檪

I did a bit more of research on Chandler yesterday and found this short Business Insider article where they talk about his journey: go check it out, it is a good 3 – 5 minute read! In it, however, was something that really caught my eye a quote from Mr. Bolt himself:

Every time you fail it’s a sign you’re on to something. People who are more successful than anyone else have just failed more times than anyone else.


This聽has been probably said many times in the past in other ways but I particularly like how Chandler puts it all together鈥攊t truly meant something to me and it was a much needed boost: thanks!

Author: TNNVTR

Emilio L贸pez is a multi-talented entrepreneur in love with business, technology, innovation, languages and personal development.