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Doing nothing is cheap. Failure is cheaper.

Or: Failure is expensive. Doing nothing is more expensive.

Joi Ito interview on NPR’s Innovation Hub:

So, since the cost of failure is so cheap, the cost of sitting around trying to decide whether to do something or not actually is higher in many cases than the cost of actually just trying it.

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