Fear Of Failure

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What is the key to producing constant, memorable work over a number of years?

A healthy fear of failure. You’ve got to get behind the mule every morning and plow.

via – Grids – SPD.ORG.

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  1. Charles Bukowski’s publisher John Martin asked Bukowski how he managed to write his first novel in three weeks? “Fear,” said Bukowski. As for getting behind the mule every morning (or evening), Bukowski submitted his work relentlessly in spite of frequent rejections and ended up publishing more than sixty books. “There is nothing that teaches you more than regrouping after failure and moving on.” —Charles Bukowski