Free Workshop: Fail Fast, Fail Often—Creating a Life of Passionate Action!

Thursday, March 29 @ 6:15 PM, at the Boulder Main Library

Drawing from scholarship in innovation, entrepreneurship and creativity, this fun and interactive workshop— which originated as part of a popular Stanford University course—will show you how to rapidly explore your ideas and take action, even though you may be unsure of plans, feel stuck in a rut, or be apprehensive of failure. Whether you are a recent college graduate, mid-career professional, or a seasoned organizational leader, this workshop will help you to work more passionately and embrace new possibilities in your life.

About Ryan Babineaux

Ryan is a personal and executive coach whose work has been featured in the New York Times,, GQ Magazine and NPR. He is the co-author of the best-selling book Fail Fast, Fail Often: How Losing Can Help You Win, and the creator of the Stanford University course of the same name. Ryan now lives in Boulder, and is an adjunct professor of contemplative psychology at Naropa University.

Attending the Workshop

The workshop will be held from 6:15 - 7:45 PM on Thursday, March 29, in the Boulder Creek room of the Boulder Main Library. Just show up-- no fee or registration is required. For location and parking info, please go to this link: