Last year Thomas Joos climbed the Mont Ventoux on his bike, for which he had trained for months (with the hope of beating his brothers record). With too little water with him on the bike and a his brothers time he didn’t beat, Thomas reached the top, angry, exhausted. On top he decided to try again in two days.

Thomas explains that failing forward stands for enjoying the road and involves all the people that matters to us, in both good and bad times.

His advice in finding the right balance between full gas and enjoying? And want to know how the second try went? Listen to his inspiring talk!

Check out our favourite highlights from Thomas Joos's talk, illustrated by the talented Zsofi @zldrawings

Exciting Failing Forward keynotes ahead!

This blog post is part of the series Failing Forward talks we publish every week. Keep your eyes out for the next ones!

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