Faisal Hoque is no stranger to the typical hurdles of life. After building a highly successful company in his late twenties, he learned that things don’t always work as anticipated when he was fired from the second company he opened.
Things only got worse when his twenty-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer. Faisal not only had to take care of his son throughout his illness, but he also had to find a way to rise up again in his career. These life experiences are what led Faisal to a journey of internal life reflections that revolved around overcoming the fear of failure.
On this episode of The Workplace Communication Podcast, Faisal Hoque, Founder and Chair at NextChapter at Shadoka, gives us a peek at his acceptance journey, where he found that practicing mindfulness, resilience and empathy helped him maintain a consistent sense of pragmatic optimism in the face of fear.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
🎙️ Finding momentary joy amidst adversity
🎙️ Finding meaning by impacting others when you have space
🎙️ Engaging in daily meaningful activities as a way to conquer fear
🎙️ The power of building community and connecting with others on a human level
🎙️ Balancing logic and emotion to enhance resilience
Faisal Hoque is the founder of SHADOKA, NextChapter, and other companies that focus on enabling sustainable and transformational changes. He has developed over 20 commercial business and technology platforms and worked with public and private sector giants such as the US Department of Defense, GE, MasterCard, American Express, PepsiCo, IBM, Home Depot and JPMorgan Chase.
If you’re looking to learn new ways of overcoming the fear of failure and don’t know where to start, then this episode is for you!
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