Failure: a valuable tool for growth, learning and understanding

Fail Here

I want to share with you an intriguing (and controversial) project by my friend, blogger and entrepreneur Jason Markow from San Diego. Jason and I met briefly at a conference in San Francisco last year and have stayed in touch through twitter since then.

“My reputation grows with every failure.”

(George Bernard Shaw)

Jason is calling on entrepreneurs from “all industries, experience levels, and from every corner of the globe come together to celebrate their past failures” in the first week of February.

Why?

“While failure is (generally) the less desired outcome between a variety of options, it can serve as one of the most valuable tools for personal growth, learning, and understanding.  (You just have to make sure you are doing it right.)”

The collected stories will be published in an e-book. To follow the discussion or take part, read more about Fail Week here.

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One Response to Failure: a valuable tool for growth, learning and understanding

  1. Jason Markow says:

    Thanks for the shout out Scott! Gearing up, ready for the celebration to start. If anyone has questions feel free to hit me up.

    t(h)ink on.

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