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Why Su-prose? "Su" in Sanskrit is a prefix for "good". This is a place where we will discuss and analyze prose (with a South Asian Connection) - that which is good, awesome, excellent, and maybe rant about prose that could be better.

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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

365 Days Of Inspiration!

Very simply put, failure is the stepping stone to success. An article in The Atlantic titled "The Power Of Failing" talks about how failure is the driving force behind genius.

"Thomas Edison would be so proud.
The Wizard of Menlo Park once quipped "I have not failed 10,000 times. I have successfully found 10,000 ways that will not work." Edison’s dedication to scientific approach has long been the maxim of the creative class. But even he would be pleasantly surprised at how it is now resonating within the traditionally conservative sphere of American business. Companies like Facebook -- which encourages employees to “move fast and break things” -- and Pixar -- which tells workers to “fail early and often” -- are examples of successful American companies finding that the best way to succeed is to fail, and fail repeatedly." -- The Power Of Failing, The Atlantic, March 3, 2014
What better person than Einstein to tell us it is completely OK to fail, as long as you try, try and try, till you succeed. So keep at it.

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