Es una cita de Brené Brown. Importante. Está en inglés pero no creo que sea difícil traducirla:
-What is the most significant barrier to creativity and innovation? … Kevin thought about it for a minute and said. «I don’t know if it has a name, but honestly, it’s the fear of introducing an idea and being ridiculed at, and belittled. If you’re willing to subject yourself to that experience, and if you survive it, then it becomes the fear of failure and the fear of being wrong. People believe they’re only as good as their ideas and that their ideas can’t seem too «out there» and they can’t «not know» everything. The problem is that innovative ideas often sound crazy and failure and learning are part of revolution. Evolution and incremental change is important and we need it, but we’re desperate for real revolution and that requires a different type of courage and creativity»- pp.185
Brené Brown «Daring greatly: how the courage to be vulnerable transforms».