Failure and how the most creative of creative types process it

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Failure is fluid. When we’re at our best we recognize its impermanence. That’s when we’re at our best though.

I was talking Wednesday with a friend of mine, about to go to market with his book proposal. He’d written proposals before and they hadn’t found a buyer. He and I game-planned how to handle the meetings with editors he’d have next week, one of the…

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