Why Failure’s a Must When it Comes to Success
Failure is a scary thought for many people.
Because if and when it happens, it makes them feel terrible about themselves.
Feelings of inadequacy rush through their body like a cold chill.
Due to one or a few setbacks, they fool themselves into believing they can’t and won’t succeed.
Well guess what?
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Are you confused?
Let me explain…
You see, unless you’re born a genius, you’re not going to know how to do anything until you learn.
And what does learning mean?
Here’s my personal definition: The accumulation of knowledge and application.
Notice I mentioned application.
And the reason is because you won’t really learn if something works until you apply it and get results.
Anyone can read information.
…But how is one to know if it really works?
Maybe it worked at one time, but now it doesn’t.
And guess what else?
A lot of the things you try may not work.
This is where people believe they’ve failed.
Instead of understanding accepting that failure is part of the process; they quit.
All they really have to do is try a different method every time one fails.
But many people are stubborn about success and believe ONE failure means no hope.
I got news for you my friend, you can’t succeed without failing.
Especially when you go into business for yourself or set any other big goal.
There’s simply going to be a lot of things that you don’t know how to do.
There’s also going to be a lot of ways you believe are the best to get a result, and later find out you were wrong.
But if you keep trying different things, eventually you’ll find what works.
In reality, there’s no such thing as failure; there’s only learning.
And to learn how something works and to get results, can you guess what you need?
Two words: Right decisions
And how do you make right decisions?
One word: Experience
And how do you get experience?
Two words: Wrong decisions
Get comfortable with failing because it’s vital for your success.
There’s absolutely nothing bad about it.
Each and every failure is a powerful lesson that you get at a bargain.
Look forward to making wrong decisions, each one brings you closer and closer to success.