Understand Why we have our 10 Pinky Promises…
What’s next for SeaPigs following the end of our Kickstarter campaign? - As you may be aware by now, the SeaPigs Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to produce our Drifters has come to end. Unfortunately, we were not successful in meeting our goal. While this is disappointing, we are nevertheless undeterred in our mission to bring our products to you, our Herd.
At the age of seven I started to play rugby and carried on until a serious injury stopped me at age 28. I have played in the lowest leagues, the highest leagues, lots of representative rugby and played for fun, semi-pro and fully professional. After playing rugby I got into boxing and weightlifting, always looking to take on the next challenge. At the age of 41 my ankles and knees were at their worst and I was ready to do something about it.
In life, we often define ourselves by our successes and failures. No one person has experienced one without the other. It is bred into us, now more than ever before, that success is paramount to everything we ever do. Isn’t this wrong? And isn’t it unrealistic to place such high expectations on ourselves all of the time? Our Head of Herd Mick has had many years in business, and here reflects on how past experience with embarrassing failures actually ended up being worth much more in the long run than succeeding every step of the way.