Samuel Beckett, Entrepreneur

The current Economist contains a nicely-done remembrance of Samuel Beckett, lines from whose Endgame (along with some Doonesbury) are prefixed to my long-ago doctoral thesis. The article closes with this bleakly appropriate entrepreneur-esque snippet from Beckett’s 1983 Worstward Ho:

“No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”

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