FAILURE. BY CHRISTOPHER WARREN
“What would you do if you knew you wouldn’t fail?”
Society loves to ask this question. The hypothetical of never failing seems too good to pass up.
Yet, the truth is, we will always fail. Reality is flawed. People are broken. The world doesn’t work like we want it to.
So, what if we started asking ourselves, “What am I not doing because I know I’ll fail?”
And then tried it. And failed. And tried again. And failed. And tried again. And failed. And tried again. And succeeded?
What could we accomplish if we willingly accepted that failure was a part of the process?
The possibilities are infinite.