Why Failure is a Fantastic Way to Learn [Video]

Interview with Nicholas Hawtin, the CEO of Nordic Legal Tech.

Inspired by the Copenhagen Catalog, Ideanote team visited Techfestival to talk to people about some of its principles and their take on innovation.

This time, we are talking to Nicholas Hawtin, the CEO of Nordic Legal Tech. In the interview, Nicholas shares his reflections on the principle "Stay humble, stay foolish". Nicholas reminds us of how important it is to keep a sense of self-ridicule and keep on asking questions.

"If mistakes is something that your company is punishing, you are not an innovation business."–says Nicholas Hawtin.

At the end of the video, he also explains the importance of thinking about failures as experiments.

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This blog post is a part of our new interview series–Debunking Innovation, where we introduce our readers to the many faces of innovation, ideation and everything in between. Debunking Innovation strives to get down to actionable tips and tricks that you can apply in your team and get better at bringing new ideas to life.

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