Fail Fast, Fail Often is a mantra popularized in Silicon Valley. The concept is simply to test and find what works by iterating from failures. The goal is not to have the project fail, but test and move onto the next idea quickly in a continued effort to find what does work. Then scale that.
Books like Lean Start Up and Antifragile strongly support the idea of testing, accepting failures, and moving on smarter than you were before. The big idea is to fall up not to kill the cow over spilled milk.
Of the 100+ books reviewed on our site that mention failure, every single one of them reinforces the idea that failures are a necessity in order to succeed. Since you must fail, Fail Fast, Fail Often.
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