This post on Havard Business Review claims it good to embrace mistakes and obstacles in our daily life, especially when we’re planning for new business / ventures. Why? Feedbacks help you see more clearly and give you a chance to explore more directions. And when you list out all your obstacles and possible solutions, feedbacks from other people could help you find best solutions to it.
“Successful people work with what they have at hand — whatever comes along — and try to use everything at their disposal in achieving their goals.” Be open to mistakes and critiques. That’s also why we do lots of critiques in art classes to help making stronger art works.