Ever heard of failing forward? Not likely if you’re over 50 and among the millions of Baby Boomers brought up in fear of failure. Fifty-years later, fear of failure is the number one reason that keeps us from taking risks and creating the life we really want! Today, executive producer and host of @DottoTech, Steve Dotto shares the millennial mindset of “failing forward” and why reframing our view of failure from “a bad thing” to “a good thing” is imperative when reinventing life after 50.

Best known as Canada’s most respected geek, for over 15 years Steve Dotto was the host and executive producer of Dotto Tech, a nationally syndicated TV show where he entertained and educated millions of Canadians on all aspects of technology. Now broadcast convert turned YouTube Star, Steve’s channel boasts over 280,000 subscribers and over 23,000,000 views. Steve is also the host of Grey Matters, a podcast focused on helping generation BoomX remain relevant in the digital age.

For more information about Steve Dotto and DottoTech, click here: https://dottotech.com/

Listen to Steve’s “Failing Forward” podcast on Grey Matters here: https://dottotech.com/gm30/?fbclid=IwAR1-jNXNnZFLWjNMlaYJ46nV4FtLocEiM9CDug-wSj2Tb4W1XN1meco7HdI

Tune into Steve’s Vlog on YouTube, here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcpuGSCbjxLvpBtf7QwXw_A

Watch our previous segments with Steve here: https://2ndact.tv/expert/steve-dotto-technology-expert-youtube-star/

More videos on living with purpose and passion after 50: https://2ndact.tv/category/videos/purpose/

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