Be Friends With Failure

The inspirational comic in the series Doodle Alley by Stephen McCranie, “Be Friends With Failure,” deserves to be shared widely. It focuses on a very basic truth, but which many never learn, and as a result, they give up because they aren’t immediately good at something, rather than realizing that failing frequently is the only path to success. An excerpt is provided below. Click through to see the rest.

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  • Ian

    Oh my, I can’t even get failure right, why can some people fail so well, when I can’t even get by learning a new skill without self-loathing. I’m a terrible excuse for a human being.

  • guest

    It’s a great comic. I find it very hard to fail at anything. Giving up seems the obvious thing to do.