I Don't Fear Failing
Anne-Marie Imafidon talks about why she embraces failure.
ANNE-MARIE IMAFIDON: I don't fear failing. In fact I embrace failing. I look for things that I can fail at, because that's the excitement. There's no point doing something and just cause you know you'll be good to it. Like what's the fun in that? You want to do something, you want to not know whether it's going to work or not. We want to run events and see what goes wrong, whether it's the Wi-Fi that falls over, or do we run out of food, or does that tool break-- or you kind of-- you want to break things. You want to push the boundaries a little bit.
And I think again that's another thing that we've seen with quite a lot of the girls we work with, is almost this thing where I get I don't want to pick that part-- I don't pick-- I don't do that chemistry because I might not do that well at it. You know the ground's going to swallow me up again. Because I've not done well at the chemistry paper. Which shouldn't inhibit you actually exploring trying new things and really being creative.