It’s Better to Fail Quickly
Mitchell Ashley has an excellent post up titled Fail Early, Fail Often. I’m seeing a little more chatter about failure, introspection about how it feels, and suggestions about how to turn it into a positive (or at least effective) experience making the rounds.
As someone who has experienced a lot of success and failure, I’m glad to see more people talking about failure in the blogosphere. It’s a key part of the entrepreneurial experience. It’s also an integral part of life that cannot be denied. While it’s a lot more fun to succeed, it’s important to understand how to deal with failure.