According to Eric Barker in Time Magazine’s article, How Poor Planning and Being Impulsive Can Lead to Big Wins in Life, talks about our conscientiousness and kindergartners proved this simple concept to some engineers and other “learned” individuals when it came to a simple project which you can read more about here.
The term for these people is “experimental innovators” – those who learn from each little mistake and piece together what ends up being something great, whether it’s a comedy act or a building or a piece of music. It just doesn’t come without lots of setback and toil.
Being afraid of failure is healthy and yes can be frustrating even time consuming, but letting that dictate how you live life…can be quite devastating. Don’t be afraid to fail as long as you learn what not to do.
Children get it right.