How did you learn to walk? By falling and getting up a thousand times. How did you learn to read and write? By mispronouncing and misspelling thousands of words. How did you learn to brake the car at the right time? By braking too early or too late thousands of times.

Learning requires trial and error. Success requires failure.

Want to learn? Want to grow? Want to succeed? Go out there and fail. Make a new recipe and burn the food. Write a terrible blog post. Compose an awful song. Mess up. Crash. Destroy. When people call you a failure, thank them for the compliment.


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