Hurry Up and Fail
I was listening to this great interview with Tim Kennedy. He is ultra beast man and one thing I really liked that he said was, Hurry up and fail.
What a fantastic idea.
There's no nonsense. No perfection. Just do it.
It's about trying, doing it quickly, not dwelling, repeating.
Because the faster we "fail" the faster we can move on. We can learn from these mistakes.
Having that permission based model removes any of the ego and need to prove.
It's all part of the equation. The equation we decided to write.
Hurry up and fail. What a win!