But it just comes down to did you? Did you not? And, Why?
Parallel to discussions of making things happen, you find discussions of failure. No one wants to fail. Failing sucks. Trust me. I know it. You know it.
But we can’t learn without failing (more frequently than we may like) on the way to success.
Failure, at least for a bit, seems to have been let out of the closet it normally hides in. Like the rare vampire than can stand in withstand daylight, its out in the open this month. This month Harvard Business Review‘s magazine (April) is focused on the topic of failure. Seth Godin also spoke about failure recently.
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Failure, the fear of, is even the focus of an online periodical, fear.less.