Hugh MacLeod focuses a lot on entrepreneurship (“The kind of people I want my work to reach? Entrepreneurs, and aspiring entrepreneurs. Don’t see any point of going after anyone else.”) and creativity and so it is no surprise that embracing failure features prominently in is themes as I have highlighted time and again here.
I came across one of his earlier blog pieces “how blogging really works: random acts of traction” which was a great example and concluded with a classic quote from Esther Dyson.
"Fail cheap. Fail fast. Fail often. Always make new mistakes. Words to live by. Exactly.”