Categories personal reflections What Must You Lose? Post author By amanda Post date September 13, 2012 2 Comments on What Must You Lose? These are good words for me. It reminds me of a shadowy part of me that is afraid of not doing things right. So for me, to live a creative life I must lose my fear of not doing it right. Yes. Tags Joseph Chilton Pearce, quote ← Cynefin, Butterflies and Dissenting Ritually → Twenty Reasons: An Invitation 2 replies on “What Must You Lose?” Designing safe-to-fail experiments helps you to practice being okay with being wrong, especially if you can actually push yourself to make at least one try to fail. I love that. I think we all need more practice failing fast and well and learning from it and pushing on. Thanks for the quote. Love it, April! Applying safe-to-fail experiments to myself. In a way that’s what many of my yearly intentions are. But be cognizant of where I can truly push myself to fail (really – not just a stretch where I’ll likely be successful). Thanks for this perspective.