Video: Dig, if you will, this short video with Keiko Agena: Actor and author of the book No Mistakes: A Perfect Workbook for Imperfect Artists. Keiko’s here to tell you why failure is important, how you always have potential, and what “no mistakes” really means.
Why Keiko Agena Believes Failure Is Important
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