Would you like to hear the formula for success? It’s pretty simple. Here it is- Double your rate of failure.
You’re probably thinking- What? Double my rate of failure? That doesn’t make sense. It actually does, and here’s why…..
Don’t think of failure as the enemy of success. Failure, if you learn from it, becomes experience and knowledge.
You can be discouraged by failure, or you can learn from it. So, go ahead and make mistakes. Make as many as you need to, because success is on the other side of those failures.
Are you going to have failures from time to time? Yep! The question is, are you going to get discouraged and give up, or are you going to learn from your failures, and use the lessons you learn from your failures to propel you forward towards success?
Everyone who has become successful, has had their times of failure. Along the road to success, you will experience failures. Failures are a certainty, but success is a choice. It takes time and effort to make your dreams come true. Don’t give up. Believe in yourself and see it through!
The adage/lesson- “Learn from your mistakes” is a true and valuable one.
The only way to learn is to get your feet wet and see what it’s like. You can study, watch and learn, but experience is still the best teacher.
So many people get discouraged and give up way to easily. The fact is, that it is not going to be easy, but if you have the drive and willingness to learn, you can become successful.
Failure is a part of success. The answer to becoming successful in any endeavor, is to be willing to work hard, be open to opportunities, and you can’t let failure get you down. Failure is a temporary problem/situation. Learn from it, and use it to move beyond failure, and to become successful.
“If you want something bad enough, you can get it. If you want something back bad enough, you can get it back.” Michael “MJ The Terrible” Johnson – Founder and Owner – Masters of Money, LLC.
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