Bring back the Swag

I want to know where the big dreamers have gone?  Not the perfectionist, but the proclaimers; people who wanted things to be so great that the crowd had to share the story of what happened.  This type of person would dream a great thing AND create it.  Risk of failure was the most common denominator of success.  As a matter of fact, risk of failure was actually viewed as an adventure instead of a deterrent.  A body of people develop out of that mindset and become a community of swagger because failure became a purifier.  If something failed the question became, "How do I do it better?" instead of "I should quit."  Therefore, everyone was always getting better instead of quitting. All of this is true but it rises and falls on leadership.  If you're the leader you better get up and fail in front of everyone and call it failure. However, you then get back up and get better instead of laying on your back like a cockroach kicking your legs waiting to die.