Cartoon: 'We're all about 'no fear of failure,' but this pattern of intentionally screwing up…'
Everyone’s afraid of something. Personally I’m afraid of snakes, heights, and poor writing (so you can imagine how I felt about Snakes on a Plane!). But failure has never bothered me much. In fact, I’m kind of a fan.
I worked in sales for a good while before I became a cartoonist, so I got very very used to failing early and often. The way I see it, the more you fail, you the closer you are to figuring out what works.
Mark Anderson lives in the Chicago area with his wife, their children, two cats, a dog and several dust bunnies.Publications that use his cartoons include Reader’s Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Good Housekeeping, Forbes, Barrons, Woman’s World, Harvard Business Review, Saturday Evening Post, American Legion Magazine, Funny Times and many more.
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