MATRÍCULA DE ERROR
The experience, Oscar Wilde said , is simply another way to name our mistakes. However, even though we know it, the failure usually provokes a refusal difficult to overcome.
Checking out the origin of some decisions made in the past, we surely will find out that the fear to be mistaken, “the horror of error”, was the real leader of our acts. In the working field, where it is normal to feel more vulnerable, these worries get unbearable and tend to limit us, and even restrict our creativity.
In Matrícula de error, Gabriel García de Oro analyzes this fear of freedom and offers keys to get over it: he dismantles false assumptions, revalues the concepts of success and failure, revises some of the most emblematic creative mistakes, and finally shows that sometimes our worst defeats can turn into long-term successes.