At #failurecamp, we seek to unpack the mystery of failure — our fear of it, why it's inherent in the human experience, how it contributes to innovation, and more. One of the most effective ways we know to do this? Storytelling.
We seek humans willing to share their stories with us. What kind of stories? Stories that reveal our complicated relationship with failure. Stories that illuminate the connection between learning and failure. Stories that expose failure for what it is—human and normal and necessary for growth. Stories that reflect a genuine experience with trying and not getting it right and what comes of this.
NB: this isn't about stories with happy endings, necessarily. This is about the human experience of living because you tried, regardless of outcome.
Have a story you'd like to share at SoLI2019's #failurecamp? Tell us about it! The team will choose a handful of storytellers to kick off #failurecamp around the campfire.
Storyteller perk: your admission to #failurecamp on July 20, 2019 at Vanderbilt Law School is on us!
The call for stories is open until June 15, 2019.
Questions? Direct them to Cat Moon, email@example.com.