It’s Okay to Fail 51 Times, Here’s Why

When they first joined, enthusiasm ran high as they dreamed of making thecomputer game. Soon, reality and drudgery of day to day work set in, and the idea lost it’s allure. It wasn’t long before their initial visions of building a successful computer game faded, and they resigned themselves towards toiling in obscurity. The beautiful thing about obscurity is it gives you time to hone your craft. It provides a chance to become better before corrupting influences of culture and the world taint your vision.

Source: It’s Okay to Fail 51 Times, Here’s Why – The Mission – Medium