字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント There's an old adage about failure being a necessary evil, and I think you have to rethink that notion because there's really nothing evil about it. I mean, you have to be willing to fail and expect it, whether it's a tech startup or even a restaurant. It's when you're lying on the floor crying so hard that stuff is coming out of your nose. The really interesting things start to happen because not only do you learn when you're down there, but what has also happened. It's also become personal. Someone said, You know what? Silicon Valley if you haven't had two failed start ups yet No one's really interested in talking to you that you have to have shown that you have some battle scars, that you've learned some lessons. I expect a pretty high failure rate. But you know, I'm hoping and dream for that success, and that's what sort of propels you forward. That's what sort of gives you the drive.