How to Fail

Read this article: “How to Fail at Practically Anything”

This is something I still need to learn. I find it interesting that appreciating the importance of failure is pretty straightforward on an intellectual level, yet so difficult in the real world, where a visceral sickness/fear gets in the way. Yet we all know that failures provide more opportunities for learning than successes do, perhaps the only true opportunities. Does the difference between failure and success boil down to a choice between between refusing to learn (and feeling bad about it) and refusing to learn (and feeling good about it)? My goal for learning is:

1. Fail more.
2. Feel good about it.

Fail

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