Ninety-five percent (95%) said, “I experiment and take risks, even when there is a chance of failure.” Failure is an option. This may sound foreign to a generation that has been taught that failure was a sign of weakness. These leaders have developed the understanding that the experiment is sometimes worth the risk of failure. They are innovative. They like to prove people wrong when they hear “it can’t be done.” When they do fail, they always fail forward. The development of a network and a strong emphasis on relationships gives them the credibility needed to overcome those things that do not go as planned. They do not lead with insensitivity to their followers, and they balance relational priorities with the willingness to risk failure when the potential outcome is seeing more people come to faith in Jesus Christ.