When I saw the video, my first thoughts were - this is not how I grew up.
It could be a cultural thing but failure is NOT celebrated in many parts of the world.
You are always reminded of the community. So if you fail at something, the thought of what the community will think of you - makes you either work very hard not to fail or not try it at all.
Reading Scott Adam's book and researching the topic - I know that the probability of success is directly proportional to the number of things you try. It is a numbers game. How many things are you willing to expose yourself to, fail at, learn from and move on?
Absolute failure is never trying anything.
Fear of failure has kept many from testing what they are capable of doing.
I think the video is powerful.
The fact that you can teach children to be comfortable with failure and learn from them is profound to me.
This is similar to my butterflies experiment but I want to incorporate failures along with butterflies.
One failure a week?