Beef ‘O’Brady’s: Learning from Failure

As a business owner, you have to measure failure on a day-to-day basis. If you had a bad day the day before, you have to find the lessons you can and then come back bigger and stronger the next day.

Depending on where you are in life, failure can mean different things. For many people, it means not making enough money. Reed Parker is the owner of a Beef ‘O’ Brady’s franchise in Dallas, Georgia, and says he believes that for him, failure is not having fun with what he’s doing and not building relationships with people.

How do you define failure? How do you define success?

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Dan Fontaine

Dan Fontaine

Dan Fontaine is the Director of Video Production at Tarkenton Companies and for 4P Productions, directing creative strategy sessions, script writing, and both studio and live shoots. Prior to joining Tarkenton Companies, Dan studied video editing at New York University and worked on projects for The Science Channel, U.S. Soccer, Coca-Cola, and more. With extensive experience in video production, post-production, and web distribution, Dan can help answer any video-related questions you may have.