Quote by Brene Brown
There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period.
This quote emphasizes the inherent relationship between failure and innovation or creativity. It states that without experiencing failure, it is unlikely that one can truly innovate or be creative. Failure serves as a stepping stone towards creativity, as it encourages learning, exploration, and risk-taking. It implies that failure should not be feared or avoided, but rather embraced as a natural and essential part of the process towards achieving innovation or creativity.
In 1883 while I was working at the London Hospital I chanced to turn in to one of D. L. Moody's great tent meetings in the slums of East London. I was amazed to see on the platform with him several men whose athletic prowess was world-famous. That was a credential to me that it was worth stopping to listen to what was going to be said. I still believe athletic success is an invaluable asset to a preacher. Christ, I am sure, wants football, baseball, and track-team men in an age when theological expositions, however deep and learned, when orthodoxy, conventionality, or even correct vestments and ritual, have so little attraction for the young men who will be leaders tomorrow.