In the Honors Program at Stockton University, I asked the team to dream higher, reach further, and do more. And quite frankly, sometimes I myself was not ready and I fell flat on my face. Sometimes it was me overstepping my bounds by revealing something too early or pushing something too quickly. Other times, it was in me failing to act in time or warn in time. But through it all, my failures taught me how to become a better leader. This movement reveals how we can become better, and in my case, it’s in remembering to be fearless of growth but also recognizant of the rationale and priorities of how we’re growing forward.