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30 Goals: 100 Failures

Awhile ago I read a book called Creativity, Inc. written by Ed Catmull. In the book, he talks about Pixar and how the original team have kept the Pixar name and movies great. He goes behind the movies to the people creating them and talks about the struggles they have and how the leaders have tried to hold the company together during major changes. In doing so, they have had to come up with some creative and new ways to keep the work from getting stale.

Though there are many great insights in the book, the one that has really stuck with me is Andrew Stanton's motto, "Fail faster." His thought behind it being that the faster you try new things, the faster you can fail and the faster you can learn from your failures.
I love that idea. We all have to fail at some point, and we will always have to fail again to move on. So why not just embrace the failures? Why should I be scared of failing? I'm still able to create, which is the main goal to begin with.

So in my 30 goals, …

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