404 and other errors online are infamous. Whether it’s the Twitter ‘fail whale’ or the Google ‘broken robot’ we’ve all encountered the online error pages. But what about the opposite? How do we translate our offline ‘errors’? Do we build something constructive or do we simply show a blank screen?
I just watched a TED conversation by Renny Gleeson who made a great correlation to personal communication and relational development: “A simple mistake can tell me what you aren’t. Or remind me why I love you”.
When you make a mistake or encounter a relational dead end – do you simply present a blank screen or do you engage the messiness of life and
become a better person remind people who you truly are, beyond the mess?
Check out the TED talk and tell me what you think – how do you manage the messy parts of your life?