Friday, August 10, 2012


Failure isn’t something to be terrified of. You should only be terrified when you’re not scared. Because it means you’ve stopped learning, that you’ve gotten complacent.

Here’s a secret at the heart of your question – I don’t have the courage to perform. I still get scared all the time. And when I’m not scared – like when I’m on stage improvising at my second home, the UCB, I purposely do something where I don’t know how it’s going to turn out, to make sure it gets scary again.

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