if you struggle to understand the very direct relationship between mistake tolerance and creativity, I often reference Wordle (and similar games) to demonstrate this.
How would your approach (and attitude) change if you only got one guess? How about two guesses? How often would you win? HOW OFTEN WOULD YOU PLAY?
How does knowing exactly how many guesses you get direct your strategy? How would that change if you got a different number of guesses each time?
How much more cautious (and anxious) do you get when you are at the fifth or sixth attempt and still essentially guessing? How do you rethink your previous attempts at that point — what do you wish you had done differently?
What is the relationship between your time to achieve the task and the number of mistakes you are willing to make? How would your strategy change if you had no limit on mistakes but a hard limit on time to complete? (fun fact, I play six different word games every morning, so I think about this one a lot)
How valuable is the process of elimination — identifying which letters you know are absolutely not part of the solution — towards solving correctly?
And finally (maybe most importantly): How willing are you to be intentionally wrong in order to get closer to right?