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Making Mistakes

In this episode, TED speakers consider why sometimes we need to make mistakes and face them head-on.

A Mistake Fiona Apple

"It's about being here in the moment, accepting one another and allowing creativity to flow." - Stefon Harris Alan Klein/TED hide caption

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Are There Mistakes In Jazz?
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What's Wrong With You Jacky Terrasson
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"Thinking partners who aren't echo chambers. I wonder how many of us have, or dare to have, such collaborators." - Margaret Heffernan James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Is Conflict Good For Progress?
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Oops! Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong