Learning From Failure

Allow the bad positions you find yourself in to be your teachers. Not much is really learned from doing well aside from learning that we should not take any risks that might jeopardize our success. The problem with this is that success does not teach us how to deal with failure. Success gives us tunnel…

A Creative Death is the Antidote for a Practical Life

New ideas are inherently impractical. We cannot change the world by doing what has already been done. Practicality is conforming to the status quo. It is not rocking the boat. It is following the well-worn path and not risking a detour that may lead to a dead end. It is low risk with low yield,…