Bill Gates once declared, “It's fine to celebrate success but it is more important to heed the lessons of failure.”
Of course, we all fail at times. But many of us try to cover those mistakes up, or at the very least, choose not to broadcast our failures.
One Michigan group is looking to change that — not only talking about our shortcomings and errors, but sharing them on a stage. FAILURE:LAB brings together storytellers, talking about when they’ve failed, and gives the audience a chance to reflect on the stories told. Because according to the folks at FAILURE:LAB, failure can help inspire us to take intelligent risks.
FAILURE:LAB is coming to Detroit this Thursday. We talked to Austin Dean, co-founder of the group, about what FAILURE:LAB is, and what it can do for audience members and storytellers alike.
Listen to the full interview above.