Allowing for Failure

Young woman in pain after accident

Young woman in pain after accident.

TEDThis is an exceptional TED presentation, which I’m so glad to be able to bring to you.

Sir Ken Robinson talks about creativity. Its importance to our future and how education’s commitment to producing cookie cut employees stunts children’s natural creativity.

If we are not willing to try new things, —which may fail—, how can we ever create or find new ways of doing things?

You have to approach that girl with an open mind. You really don’t know her. She may surprise you with an extraordinary affinity, —or not. In order to open yourself to opportunity, you have to allow yourself to fail.

Allowing yourself to fail, opens many doors. Try it.

2 Comments to “Allowing for Failure”

  1. Barrie Real Estate 7 April 2011 at 12:22 am #

    I actually have a lot a fails in my life and I really appreciate having my mistakes. Because having a lot of fails and mistakes teaches me on how and what would be the good things to do and learning how to make it perfect – or not so.

  2. Best hosting service 7 April 2011 at 9:17 am #

    Yes it is true, and we can only learn through fails and mistakes. through mistakes we can learn what to do and how to do in our life.

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