Failing Faster As A Way To Expedite Growth

Could ignoring your initial suckiness be the key to getting good at something?

Recently, I decided to embark upon video-making as a hobby.

The author trying to understand how the pickup on a shotgun microphone works.

Being Afraid To Get Started Means Never Starting At All

Truth be told, getting into video is something I had been planning for years — a type of creative expression I’d always wanted to explore that I thought would be a great extension to my enjoyment of writing.

Shooting some footage on the Park HaMesila in Jerusalem earlier this week. Photo: Author.

Static Friction: The Hurdle To Actually Taking Step One

Recording a few video clips in the Gazelle Park in Jerusalem.

Marketing communications consultant interested in tech, Linux, ADHD, beer, async, and remote work (in no particular order). RosehillMarcom.com