Why success always begins with failure

Why success always begins with failure

Why don't we learn from failures?

Three things you need to know, based on three very different examples: Google labs, the War in Iraq, and an award-winning musical.

That's according to Tim Harford, an economist, journalist and broadcaster. 

Mr. Harford's articles "reveal the economic ideas behind everyday experiences". He is a regular contributor to TED (TedTalk), where he most recently spoke on how messy problems could lead to creativity. 

Watch his short talk in the video below and be inspired through your failure.

TED is a nonprofit organisation devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks that are 18 minutes or less.
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