Mistakes
Fail early, fail often, fail forward
Most of society is taught to hide away from their mistakes. Often because it is a source of a great deal of shame to share them openly. But we believe mistakes are a great starting point for learning. 
In fact, we openly share our Mistakes in meetings in a section called “Thanks for the cut”. 
You can see some of the many below! 

Why? Because we want to lead the way in creating a different kind of organisational structure. One where it’s OK to make mistakes, in fact it’s encouraged - because the path to success goes through thousands of failures.
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Mistake
Adjustment
Stripe issue with payments. We had issues switching over to Stripe after using PayPal for a number of years. This meant some customers cards from overseas were being declined due to fraud prevention and caused them some inconvenience.
We managed to speak with an expert in setting up Stripe who was able to correct the issue for us to make payments secure and make sure it worked easily around the world.
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We worked with a lone web developer who built their own platform which had a lot of bugs in it. This meant all of our changes were reliant on one individual, with whom our values didn't ultimately align, causing a lot of friction & stalled progress
We stopped working with that company, and switched our site onto a platform we have more control over & that has a huge team of support if there's ever any issues. 
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Adjustment
A seemingly small mistake that had a big impact. I typed the incorrect URL into the Facebook event page for our weekly calls in the Mastermind. One of our members then had trouble logging on to run a call because of this.
What I learned was again to double check things meticulously and make sure links go where they should.