Contrary to popular belief, people who have never failed are not superior than those who have. Do we really want to hire someone who has never failed over someone who has? Resilience and resourcefulness arise from failure - how can we truly know about the stuff we are made of if it has never been put to the test?
A lot of people feel like they don't have the resources or the bandwith to make the changes necessary to move towards the future of business. If that's you, then your first question should be, what can I stop doing?