#TIA – If this is what failure does for you, one should at all costs avoid success.
“The culture of failure has changed dramatically in the past decade. Thanks to mantras like “fail fast, fail often,” the concept of failure as a necessary part of success is now mainstream. Such feel-good slogans don’t necessarily make it any easier to go through as an artist or designer, though.
Since it launched in 2016, The Creative Independent–a resource for creative people with a deep archive of how-to guides and interviews–has asked dozens of working artists how they handle failure. Below, you’ll find their advice on everything from dealing with rejection to finding the best inspirational talk to watch on YouTube.”
Read more at Fast Company