None of us is that good.
So what it really means it you never try to stretch,
You never go outside the norm
You never push yourself to the limits.
I failed many, many times and some of those failures cost me thousands of dollars and a heck a alot more.
But what they gave me could be calculated to be worth a bunch more.
I am who I am because I took those chances,
I got up
And I did it again.
I often tell the story, of a young lady who never had failed in her life.
There was almost nothing she could not do successfully.
She never failed until her third year in college – then she hit the roadblock.
She took what they call the medical breaker course, “Anatomy and Physiology.”h
(I think some of you can relate to this.)
She failed and it just devastated her.
It took a while for her to recover.
And it changed some things in her going forward.
The lesson for you all is that if she had of failed many times before, it would not have been a very big deal and she might just have gotten up, recovered and keep on going a lot quicker.
Those of us who have failed many times and ended up falling on our faces so many times since we were young, we get up a lot quicker and get back on the horse.
Why do you think young children learn so much, they are consistently failing.
Trying again and again.
That is the key we are missing as we get older
That is the key to success
You have to try and if you fail, learn and try it again.
Here are 3 ways to integrate failure into your success process.