Set aside 7 minutes to listen to Milton Glaser, on the fear of failure. Like no other. From Berghs' Exhibition '11 on Vimeo.
Thank you for sharing this, Paul … Both a sobering and inspirational wake up call this Saturday morning.
YES. Lately there is a lot of talk about the benefits of failure. Some sort of jingo-y (eg Tavis Smiley’s “Fail Up”) But Glaser is SO GOOD! And here is a quote that relates well to Glasers’:
Robert Rauschenberg said, “I usually work in a direction until I know how to do it, then I stop. At the time that I am bored or understand—I use those words interchangeably—another appetite has formed.” Rauschenberg is not just confronting uncertainty, he is sustaining uncertainty.
Sorry, one look @ those head warts and honey I can’t even press play.
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