Humans of ALA: Layne Haila

“The more you fail, the more you know how not to do things. It’s like Edison – he failed like 999 times. He knows how; he became successful in the last attempts, so he knows 999 ways how not to make the good things and one way how to make the things. As you experience more failures, the more knowledge you’ll have on how not to do things. I’ve missed a lot of things, but I am happy with the things I have now. I’ll be opening my student enterprise soon, and I’ll run for student government. Still, even if I don’t make it, I’ll fail forward and learn from my mistakes”.

 

 

 

Humans of ALA is a series that spotlights the stories of members of the ALA community.

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