[BNM] f up nights - could be good event to run in brighton
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Tue Mar 24 13:48:21 GMT 2015
I'd be up for it. Failed many times and quite happy to talk about it.
Would even be happy to host
On 24 March 2015 at 12:05, Adam Martin <adam.m.s.martin at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > Hi
> > Saw this was a new series of events being run round the world, with
> > sharing the mistakes they have made in business. Sort of cutting to the
> > of Lean business.
> > f uck up nights - could be good event to run in brighton, if anyone was
> > interested in running or helping run one.
> > http://fuckupnights.com/
> > I find case studies like these often the most helpful , and apart from
> > getting stuck in spam filters, the name is quite to the point too.
> > t
> I could probably fill a whole month of those, single-handedly...
> Although ... I've found most people here are terrified of the whole
> concept, and although a lot of them claim to subscribe to "fail fast,
> fail often", what they actually believe is:
> "Yeah! But when you say 'fail', you don't actually mean 'FAIL", you
> mean just, you know, EXPERIMENT?
> and ... um ... don't do it OFTEN, just do it like ... once? Maybe?
> ... and ... yeah, no failing, really. Because failure is bad.".
> Might be difficult to find speakers who embrace the idea fully?
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