Fail, Learn,Conquer

Fail, Learn, Conquer

Fail, Learn,Conquer

Fail­ure is a word that has a neg­a­tive con­no­ta­tion. In fact, the pres­sure is on every­one who com­petes in any­thing to win on the first try. Fail­ure means shame to many peo­ple and they soon give up after los­ing once and fac­ing crit­i­cism left and right. Some peo­ple would call them losers but are they?

What we should call them are learn­ers because with every fail­ure comes knowl­edge. and I’m not talk­ing book knowl­edge I’m talk­ing about real action­able knowl­edge that can used in the future.

Almost every great sci­en­tist or leader in any field did not go through life with­out fail­ing. His­to­ry says Thomas Edi­son failed more than a thou­sand times before dis­cov­er­ing the light bulb.
Con­sid­er fail­ure like a video game. Every time you lose you get to start over and with the knowl­edge that you gained while play­ing before. As a result you become a bet­ter play­er.

With­out fail­ure, you can not build the men­tal for­ti­tude you need for when things are not going your way. If you are con­tin­u­ous­ly suc­cess­ful it will be much hard­er for you to bounce back from fail­ure.

When you fail and learn,  fail and learn you become bet­ter every sin­gle attempt. Suc­cess makes you com­pla­cent and a per­son who con­sis­tent­ly fails knows this.

Peo­ple who get suc­cess right out the gate become relaxed and begin to have a care­free atti­tude. Take for exam­ple chil­dren who grow up hav­ing every­thing hand­ed to them. they become bewil­dered and con­fused when things don’t go their way.

This car­ries into adult­hood and they don’t know how to han­dle rejec­tion. This is in con­trast to their par­ents who had to fight for every­thing they had to be suc­cess­ful.

It is bet­ter to fail now than in your old­er years. In those times you need the knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence you gained from your younger years to guide you. It is a bal­anc­ing game. Suc­cess can lead to fail­ure and fail­ure can lead to suc­cess depend­ing on the mind­set.

How do you look at fail­ure? leave your com­ments below I would love to hear from you. Keep strong and stay moti­vat­ed, peace.

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