Fail. But do it quickly and learn a lesson.
Advice from 30 year old me to 20 year old me
Nic Haralambous

Thanks for sharing! The only point I don’t fully agree with is the “fail quickly and learn a lesson” one. We as a society have popularized this thought of doing things to fail and learn from your own failures or mistakes, and while it sometimes helps, I think it’s more insightful and worth it to work on the things that will lead to success, so choosing carefully on what to do is essential to grow. Needless to say, learning from other people through books, conversations, and interviews about their failure will increase the success rate.

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