“There are two kinds of failures: those who thought and never did, and those who did and never thought.”
– Laurence J. Peter

People don’t understand the importance of failure in achievement. Failure is a prerequisite to success. It is a part of the learning process. We must be willing to look openly into our failures and build on them. We must fall on our faces, get up, dust ourselves off, and feel good about the lessons learned. This will help us gain the strength to move on to the next level. Everybody falls from time to time. The true winners are the ones who get back up immediately, learn from their experiences, and strive to be better.

There is no such thing as failure, only experience.

It’s what you learn in the process of trying to achieve goals that molds and makes you what you are. Character is formed when you fail to meet a goal and learn from that failure. It is formed when you accept the truth about why things didn’t go the way you anticipated. Not only does this strengthen your attitude in response to failure, it will also minimize the number of failures you experience.

When you’re not afraid of failure, you’re not afraid of challenges. Being open to challenges is what will keep you young and flexible. Challenges are what make life so much fun. Perhaps the key point about failure is that you must accept yourself regardless of what happens. That is the attitude of success.

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