Uma Thurman on Failure.

11 February 2006

There is an interesting interview with Uma Thurman in the February issue of Esquire. (Can’t find a link to the article itself.) Here’s the last paragraph of it:

So I guess I recommend being a student. It’s not like it’s some sort of written policy that I carry around in my back pocket. It just comes back to being present and having a tremendous work ethic and accepting failure as a necessity for learning. None of it’s final anyway. When it works, it’s not final, and when it fails, it’s not final. There’s always another move.

Emphasis added.

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