If you never failed, you never lived

“If you never failed, you never lived.” This video made my day!

Failure is like an intruder, no one likes it. But if you want to success, you must go through it and learn from it, as an old Chinese saying, “failure is the mother (teacher) of success” (“失败是成功之母”).

Failures make us stronger and we can learn from our mistakes. But how and where this happens?

“Basically, it all comes down to survival. In a normally functioning brain, failure is welcomed as an opportunity for learning and strengthening the species.” (Antoine Bechara, professor of psychology and neuroscience at the University of Southern California.)

Read more about “How failure makes us stronger?



About Jade Liang

This blog is created by Jade Liang - a cross-cultural graphic, web designer. Jade has been spending her life lived in Shanghai, Amsterdam and now in San Francisco pursuing her dreams and interests in design and art. Her daily life starts with a fresh cup of green tea as well as a pile of "strange" ideas. This blog is all about art, design and lifestyle that Jade finds in her everyday life. Thanks for visiting and enjoy!
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