267/365 – A Distaster!
When creating nothing more normal than going against some form of disaster…
Trying something out, testing, prototyping, throwing out ideas leads to uncertain and unexpected consequences and that’s part of the creative process. Disasters, in my opinion, are ways to demonstrate we tried and tried hard. Failure is part of the process and we just want to become good at accept it and deal with it as well as at failing better each time. That’s the one thing.
When in front of a disaster, don’t freeze, don’t just look at the evidence or what you have in front of view. There’s more to it, there’s a hidden message that wants to come out and get to you: listen to that, and just move on.