Don’t Measure your Success by Someone Else’s


Sadie Rae's Success Tip



Brave Enough to Fail seeks to increase the number of young people who have the education, courage, and self-confidence to pursue their dreams, and capitalize on the opportunities offered by America.

Upwards of 40 percent of high school students are chronically disengaged from school, according to a National Research council report on motivation.

The National Association of State Boards of Education agrees that Students who are more motivated and engaged in their own education perform better in school.

More affluent private and public schools regularly host speakers and programs to reinforce the educational message and increase student engagement.

Less affluent and in most cases, lower performing schools lack the budget to provide these services even though they openly express a desperate need and desire for them.

Thus ironically, the very students who need motivation and inspiration most and would benefit the most, have almost zero access because their schools can’t afford it.

Brave Enough to Fail Inc. addresses this problem by providing it’s service at no cost to schools or students.

Your generous donations directly impact the lives of students by providing

  • Dynamic in-school motivational presentations
  • Exposure to educational & career opportunities based on individual student preference
  • Hardcover copies of inspirational photo books and other materials for participating students
  • Academic scholarships designated specifically to each participating school

Thanks to your gift and others like it, Brave Enough To Fail is well on the way to becoming the #1 student motivational program in America.


Thank you so very much for your generosity and support 


Wayne Winsley
Founder & President,
Brave Enough To Fail Inc.

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