He Who Makes the Most Mistakes Wins

This is the premise of a book by Richard Farson and Ralph Keyes titled, The Paradox of Innovation.

Failure is inevitable for anyone who dares to risk. It makes us stronger. Embrace it. Don’t be afraid of it. It’s a liberating idea, really.

It reminds me of a story about a number of research teams competing to develop a robot that could make its way out of a maze the fastest. There were many ingenious designs equipped with various sensory devices to detect walls and obstacles.

The winning team took the opposite approach. Their robot was designed to bump into the obstacles and immediately try an alternate path until it zigzagged free of the maze.

The moral of this story is to be sure and tweak your direction if you keep hitting the wall.
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