Chip Carter Featured in Medium’s Authority Magazine
As the American Christian televangelist and motivational speaker, Robert H. Schuller, once asked: “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?” Unfortunately, it’s hard for many to know where to begin.
If you need some ideas on just how to get started—Chip Carter, the host of RFD-TV’s popular new program “Where the Food Comes From,” has you covered. He recently sat down to discuss precisely how he freed himself from the fear of failure in an interview published by Medium’s “Authority Magazine.”
So, what’s the first thing Chip says you need to do to overcome the fear of failure, or, as he points out, a similar struggle with the “fear of success?”
“Make the decision that you’re willing to lay every brick yourself to reach your goals,” he tells the interviewer, Savio P. Clemente. “You know you can do it, or you wouldn’t be trying. Don’t let waiting for help lull you into a stall.”
To find out Chip’s four other tips on overcoming failure and finding success and other inspiring parts of his journey to RFD-TV and the creation of “Where The Food Comes From,” you’ll have to check out the full article over on Medium!
“Authority Magazine,” an online news-magazine publication by Medium, has conducted more than 50,000 interviews with the thought leaders and disruptors across various industries, including business, pop culture, wellness, social impact and technology, since its inception in 2018. The magazine promises that each feature will be interesting, empowering and actionable.
Chip joins the ranks of inspiring interviewees like filmmaker Ava DuVernay; celebrated athletes Peyton Manning, Shaquille O’Neal, and Venus Williams; entertainment and business superstars Snoop Dogg and Mark Cuban; and C-suite executives at companies like Dole, Frito-Lay, Kellogg and Ocean Spray.