Let's face it, we've all failed. Maybe not on a grand scale, but in some way, shape or form, we've right royally messed up.
Conventional wisdom tells us failure isn't a good thing, whether it's a minor screw up, a complete disaster or some kind of misfortune in between. If something has failed, somebody's in trouble.
But what if the mistakes that contribute to failure are actually early indications of success?
This book is about having the courage to fail. It's about being inspired by errors, not regretting them. It's about risking total humiliation to create something entirely unique.