Editorial – 2013 – February
There are two types of mistakes. One type of mistake is made when we do something, and the other one is a mistake of not doing the same thing. There are times in life when you have two choices – to do something and by doing so we may make mistake in our lives; and not to do something and thus we try save ourselves from making the unknown mistakes. In my opinion, not doing something is a bigger mistake than the mistakes that would have been made by doing the same thing. It is better trying to win the opportunity and fail, rather than not to do anything and playing safe.
“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are built for.” – William Shedd.
For every successful business, every bright invention, every brilliant tool that you see today – they exist because someone took the risk of making mistakes years ago. Get influenced by ordinary people achieving brilliant success by their smart work and ability to learn from newer mistakes they made in their lives.
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– Ajoy Kumar Singha
https://www.testingcircus.com/editorial-2013-february/Ajoy's EditorialsThere are two types of mistakes. One type of mistake is made when we do something, and the other one is a mistake of not doing the same thing. There are times in life when you have two choices - to do something and by doing so we may...Ajoy Kumar SinghaAjoy Kumar Singha[email protected]AdministratorAjoy is the founder and editor of Testing Circus magazine which is read and subscribed by thousands of professional testers around the world. He is associated with various testing forums such as NCR Testers Monthly Meet as a founding member. Follow Ajoy on Twitter.Testing Circus
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