Being Comfortable With Failure Makes You A Better Writer

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In a recent appearance on Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast, Howie Mandel stated that a big part of his success in show business has to do with “being comfortable with discomfort.” It’s so obvious, sure, but that verbalization of a simple truth really struck a chord with me.

In fact, I’ll take Mandel’s statement a step further (well, maybe it’s just a slight repositioning…

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Matt Fish

Matt Fish

Digital content specialist with a slight obsession with film.

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