After you have set goals for long enough, you’ll find that often you will fail. It’s inevitable! But we can celebrate failures and learn from our mistakes to create an overall happiness in life.
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Failure. That’s a tough one. No one likes to fail. But through failure we find our limits. We also find our strengths.
Celebrating failure means you know more about yourself and your abilities. Be encouraged that, “when you take risks, you learn that there will be times when you succeed and there will be times when you fail, and both are equally important.” This is from Ellen DeGeneres and all her failures as a popular public figure over the years.
How to Celebrate Failures
Recognize you have failed. Write down what your goal was, what your process was, and where you met failure.
Be encouraged that you can learn from your failure. Know that trying something new is the key to finding what is going to work best to reach your goals.
“Doubt kills more dreams than failure ever will.” – Suzy Kassem
LEARN! Learn from your failure. That’s why we study history as a society. We learn from failure, and success, and are able to adapt to make the next time better! Share your failure with others too. Then they can learn from the mistakes in your actions to make their own success a reality.
Don’t be afraid to fail! Read the very short book by Richard Fenton called Go For No! By reaching out and failing you will find your success in life!
Write down one failure you had this month.
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