Iv'e failed in certain aspects in my life, I've flunked some maths tests over the year and questioned my own capabilities.
This failure was actually the stepping stone I needed to take a step back and be critical about the process of work I put in and notice the mistakes I've been making along the way.
So, How Exactly Is Failure A Good Thing?
Well you may think of calling me crazy for even insinuating that failing at something can ever possibly be a good thing but their is alot of valuable lessons you can learn from failing, like these for instance:
- -You have to stop aiming to pass and start aiming to excel.
- -Regardless of intelligence, we all have brains and it's a muscle that can be trained to respond better.
- -Hard Work will produce rewards.
- -Your current strategy right now is flawed, time to rethink the strategics.
- -Preparation makes up half of the work.
This Is When You Devise A Time Table Or As I Like To Call It, Time Of Action.
How has failure changed your life and what were some of the lessons you picked up over time?