by Clark Quinn
A few gems from his post:
He who fails fastest, wins.
A company celebrated not when the mistake was made, but when the lesson was learned.
Piet Hein is quotable here: “The road to wisdom? Well it’s simple to express: err and err and err again, but less and less and less.”
I don’t mind small mistakes.
He recited his experience where when a mistake was made, they’d fire someone, and think they’d solved the problem! [My emphasis]
When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.
May I just add one more. If failure is the mother of success, small success is the father.
Manage your road with achievable milestones and celebrate each step on its way.