WAIT. The whole point of trying and failing is what can you learn from failing
. Your work isn't over just because you failed.
This is a point that often gets passed over in the whole "fail big, fail fast" -- yes, failing can be a good thing, but only if a) you don't hurt people along the way and b) you learn from it. That's the value in failing -- today, it seems, people are lauded just because they failed. That's crap. Failing and learning is value (again, as long as you don't screw over employees, investors, users, the public, etc.).