Try. Fail. Learn. Repeat.

‘How to learn from Failure’ Graphic from an interesting Wired Article.

(via thinking aloud)

10 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Failure is a necessary step in any learning process. The more to learn, the more to fail.
    And guess what: life itself is the biggest, but most rewarding learning process. Real strength is in who is able to recognize his failures and learn from them.

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. I’m great at failure.

  3. “All of old. Nothing else ever. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” Samuel Beckett

  4. So it’s the “learn” part that I’ve been missing!

  5. I’ve heard both sides of this debate. Jason Fried was pretty adamant at a conference that people should never be ok with failing…

    I happen to agree with the idea that failure is just a part of the process. Nobody should hope to fail, but when it inevitably does happen you need to pay attention to what you can gain from the situation.

    This isn’t a spam link, just a layout I just put together that basically illustrates the same thing:

  6. I thought this article was fascinating. Thanks for putting it up!

  7. does lack of new posts equate to a new swiss mister…?

    fingers crossed


  8. I’m wondering that too Jim, and guessing yes. How exciting! We can’t have enough Swiss Miss genotype among us.

  9. that’s awesome, thanks so much for sharing!

    xo urban flea

  10. It’s quiet here :) like Jim said.. Would it be because of SwissMister? All the best to you both!