“If you call failures experiments, you can put them on your resume and claim them as achievements.”
—Mason Cooley, 20th Century American Aphorist
Are you failing enough?
On a daily or weekly basis, how likely are you to try something new, take a risk, or experiment with something that may work just fine?
Being wrong, looking bad, and of course, losing, is to be avoided at all cost. Due to the potential for striking out, many of us never suit up and step on the playing fields of life, never swing away at our goals.
Today’s quote flips this idea on its head, to empower us to wear our setbacks and failures as badges of courage and honor.
How can and will you build an even more impressive resume given this expanded perspective?