Fail often to succeed in life!N
obody likes to be failed and knocked out. Nobody likes to be on the loser's seat. We all work, play, practice and prepare to succeed. We often treat failure as the most unpleasant event, ridiculously establishing frosty and negative relationships with failure.
ronically, successful people fail a lot more than they succeed. They fail again and again in their life. But they embrace failures as blessings. They learn, extract energy and wisdom from failures and use them in the next assignment of life. In fact, if you are not failing often, you're probably not pushing yourself hard enough.
e must encounter and taste the bitterness of failures. They give the life's unforgettable lessons and those who learn, see the great heights of life.
ailure teaches us a lot of lessons. We should seek lessons in failure instead of dwelling and sulking in frustrations. Knowing mistakes early can take you a long way in the life journey. Analyzing wrong steps and fixing them at the earliest is the key to bloom.
n athlete throws himself into most inconvenient situations so that he can practice to adapt himself. Now, when these situations actually show up, he is ready to face them. We too should take a leaf out of an athlete’s life. We should take chances and take a shot to work on the edge of our capabilities where we are almost certain of failure. This is how we can set ourselves to take up difficult tasks.
ew people actually enjoy the feeling of being uncomfortable. Those who take the challenge to get past that initial feeling of discomfort are the most successful ones.
acing challenges head on determines growth! Successful people are not successful by chance or luck. They are successful because they have shown exemplary courage to walk a risky path.
- Nishant Kumar