We looked inside some of the tweets by @Roughly and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
7/And for the last clue a riddle: When we are all using the same words, but have different understandings of what they mean, how do we move forward?
1/Our next episode is dropping on Wednesday! From the following clues, can you figure out what it will be about?
If you enjoyed hearing #entrepreneurs telling their creation stories (and business blunders) on this week’s episode, go check out our friends @HowIBuiltThis. They put out a great show every week about entrepreneurs and innovators telling stories about their ventures!
Listen to @Roughly's "The Search Part 1 and 2," about a photojournalist's kidnapping and efforts to rescue him, here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-search-part-1/id1268047665?i=1000441210214 https://twitter.com/IndieWire/status/1151533268564664327
Enjoy last week's episode about @pepevillatoro's mission to break down the stigmas around business failure? Check out @TEDRadioHour's episode featuring another failure night co-founder @letigasca.
🎧 https://n.pr/2WXtS2p 🎧 https://twitter.com/TEDRadioHour/status/1149426922952241152
8/P.S. If you haven’t listened to the episode yet, you can check it out here: https://n.pr/2LgKPT3
7/How does your culture define failure? Is it a taboo? Something to admit and get over? Something to learn from? Something to ignore? We want to hear from you! #Shareyourfailure
6/.@FUNLagos says in Nigeria, when a young person says they want to start a business, they’re seen as acting “rude,” by straying from the traditional path to success.
4/In Japan, failure isn’t taken nearly as lightly. #FuckUpNightsTokyo
Our conversation with @FuckupNight founder @Pepevillatoro on breaking down stigmas around #businessfailures has got us hankering to hear more. #Shareyourfailure with us What can people learn from your mistakes?