”Why Life Meets Failure”

A lack of persistence is a great obstacle to success. There are so many incredibly talented and gifted people who fail time and time again because they rely upon too much on their talents. They are not willing to persist until they’ve completely mastered what they’re doing instead, they quit when the going gets tough.

Failure, as much as it hurts, is an important part of life. In fact, failure is necessary. I have failed more time than I’d like to admit. And I’m not talking about small failures; I’m talking about the kind of failures that rock your world, completely altering the landscape of your relationships, finances and mental wellbeing. And, if you’re anything like me, then you’ve also most likely failed more times over. I can’t say that I particularly enjoy failing but failure through its life-altering lessons, make us into better persons.

In fact, failure is life’s great teacher; It’s nature’s chisel that chips away at all the excess, stripping down egos as it molds and shapes us through divine intentions.

Without failure, we’d be less capable of compassion, empathy, kindness and great achievement; we would be less likely to reach for the moon and the stars.

”It’s Through Failure That We Learn The Greatest Lessons That Life Could Teach Us.”

” I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my Career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I ‘ve been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.”- Micheal Jorden

”Why It’s Necessary To Fail”

In life, it’s necessary to fail. Failure is a steppingstone. In fact, there is the powerful life lesson that failure helps to teach and instill in us. If you’ve recently failed at something in a major way, and you’ve recently failed at something in a major way, and you’re going through a difficult time right now, keep these important lessons in mind.

Experience”-

The first important lesson gained from failure is an experience. What happens when we fail? When we go through something and can walk away with firsthand experience, it helps us to develop a deeper understanding of life.

The Experience of falling at something is truly invaluable. It completely alters our frame of- mind through the induction of pain. It makes us reflect on the real nature of things and their importance in our lives, transforming and improving our future selves.

”Knowledge”-

Failure brings with it important firsthand knowledge. That knowledge can be harnessed in the future to overcome that very failure that inflicted so much pain in the first place. Nothing can replace the knowledge from failure.

When Thomas Edison Famously failed nearly 10,000 times to create a commercially visible electric lightbulb, with each failure, he gained the knowledge of just one more avenue that didn’t work. It was the accumulated knowledge developed from nearly 10,000 failed attempts that ultimately led to his success.

”Resilience”-

Failing in life helps to build resilience. The more we fall, the more resilient we become. In order to achieve great success, we must know resilience because, if we think that we’re going to succeed on the first try or even the first few tries, then we’re sure to set ourselves up for a far more painful failure. The characteristic of resilience can help us in so many ways in life. Resilience helps to breed success by setting the game up to win. Gone are the lofty expectations that things will happen overnight and it comes to the expectations that true success will take an enormous amount of work and effort.

”Growth”-

When we fail, we grow and mature as human beings. We reach deeper meanings and understanding about our lives and why we’re doing the things that we’re doing. This helps us to reflect and take things into perspective, developing meaning from painful situations.

Life is designed for us to grow and improve. From the very genetic fibers that make us into who we are as individual persons, into the fabric of society on a global scale, growth is a fundamental part of us. Without growth, we couldn’t improve life on every front.

”Value”-

One of the biggest lessons that we can learn from life’s failures is the necessity to create and spread an exceedingly high amount of value. In fact, the value lies at the heart of success and a lack of value is a fundamental pillar to failure. In thinking about your past failures, think about how much value you brought to the table. Could you have offered more value? Would that have prevented failure? When you learn to create immense value and do so consistently, you will eventually succeed.

''How Life Meets Success''

Regardless of how old you are, Where you live, or what career goals are it’s likely your ultimate goals in life are to be happy and successful. To be successful means more than just having tons of Money and making your mark. It means following your passions, living purposefully, and enjoying the present moment.

”Start Developing Path Toward Your Success”

”Knowing Your Passion”

Before you can achieve success, you will have to define what success actually means to you. While it takes years to realize what you want to do with your life, identifying your passions, interests, and values will help you set goals and give your life a sense of meaning. If you have trouble identifying these things, then ask a friend or family member to help you.

”Make A List For All Your Goals You Wanna Achieve”

Be sure to address both short-term and long-term goals, try to think beyond financial and career goals, such as relationship-goals, personal goals for bettering yourself, things you would like to experience, or things you would like to experience, or things you want to learn.

  • Draw up a timeline that says when you want to achieve each part.
  • Set Smart goals:- Goals that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.
  • Break Big Goals Down, For Instance, If your goal is to see the world, you can set the goal of saving money and visiting certain countries.

”Let Life Have A Purpose To Live”

In order to achieve your dreams and be the person you want to be, you will have to start paying attention to your actions. Ask Yourself, ”Is what I’m doing going to lead me to where I want to be in my Life”?

  • If you find yourself constantly bored, daydreaming about the future or past or counting down the minutes until the day ends, It is probably because you feel disconnected from what you’re doing.
  • Cherish your time, Try to spend your free time doing things that you enjoy doing, rather than wasting time. For example, rather than spending your weekends watching television, spend them partaking in your hobbies or spending time with loved ones and new friends.
  • Measures your productivity by engagement, not achievement. Not everything you do has to be productive in the conventional sense, but activities should be engaging and enjoyable.
  • Keep in mind that is perfectly fine to spend some time doing nothing and just being lazy each day. This can actually help with your imagination and self-awareness. Strive for balance between doing things you want to do and allowing yourself to just to be You.

”Stick To Your Commitments”:-

Planning is not sufficient, keeping your word is also important. If you tell someone you will do something, do it. Similarly, don’ tell someone you will do something if you’re not sure you can. Be Honest about your limits.

*Avoid canceling plans, and try not to cancel twice on the same person.

  • Make commitments to yourself, and stick to them. Write down your commitments and hang them in places you can see.
  • Make sure that your commitments are gradually moving towards your goals.
  • Review your goals now and then make sure you are moving in the right direction.

”How Life Meets Success”

Regardless of how old you are, Where you live, or what career goals are it’s likely your ultimate goals in life are to be happy and successful. To be successful means more than just having tons of Money and making your mark. It means following your passions, living purposefully, and enjoying the present moment.

”Start Developing Path Toward Your Success”

”Knowing Your Passion”

Before you can achieve success, you will have to define what success actually means to you. While it takes years to realize what you want to do with your life, identifying your passions, interests, and values will help you set goals and give your life a sense of meaning. If you have trouble identifying these things, then ask a friend or family member to help you.

”Make A List For All Your Goals You Wanna Achieve”

Be sure to address both short-term and long-term goals, try to think beyond financial and career goals, such as relationship-goals, personal goals for bettering yourself, things you would like to experience, or things you would like to experience, or things you want to learn.

  • Draw up a timeline that says when you want to achieve each part.
  • Set Smart goals:- Goals that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.
  • Break Big Goals Down, For Instance, If your goal is to see the world, you can set the goal of saving money and visiting certain countries.

”Let Life Have A Purpose To Live”

In order to achieve your dreams and be the person you want to be, you will have to start paying attention to your actions. Ask Yourself, ”Is what I’m doing going to lead me to where I want to be in my Life”?

  • If you find yourself constantly bored, daydreaming about the future or past or counting down the minutes until the day ends, It is probably because you feel disconnected from what you’re doing.
  • Cherish your time, Try to spend your free time doing things that you enjoy doing, rather than wasting time. For example, rather than spending your weekends watching television, spend them partaking in your hobbies or spending time with loved ones and new friends.
  • Measures your productivity by engagement, not achievement. Not everything you do has to be productive in the conventional sense, but activities should be engaging and enjoyable.
  • Keep in mind that is perfectly fine to spend some time doing nothing and just being lazy each day. This can actually help with your imagination and self-awareness. Strive for balance between doing things you want to do and allowing yourself to just to be You.

”Stick To Your Commitments”:-

Planning is not sufficient, keeping your word is also important. If you tell someone you will do something, do it. Similarly, don’ tell someone you will do something if you’re not sure you can. Be Honest about your limits.

*Avoid canceling plans, and try not to cancel twice on the same person.

  • Make commitments to yourself, and stick to them. Write down your commitments and hang them in places you can see.
  • Make sure that your commitments are gradually moving towards your goals.
  • Review your goals now and then make sure you are moving in the right direction.

''Two Sides Of Life''

”As Hamlet said to Ophelia,”God has given you one face, and you make yourself another.” The battle between these two halves of identity…Who we are and who we pretend to be is unwinnable. ”Just as there are two sides to every story, there are two sides to every person. One that we reveal to the world and another we keep hidden inside. A duality governed by the balance of light and darkness, within each of us is the capacity for both good and evil. But those who are able to bur the moral dividing line hold the true power.”

Let’s draw strength together and remember each day is a new opportunity to make a positive change in your world, no matter what.

Say To Yourself !! ”Change is good. I am comforted knowing starting over is an ongoing job. I am becoming more resilient with every circumstance. I never give up. Life is a cycle and there’s always more room for love. I believe I am evolving every day.”

”How Can We Embrace Both Sides Of Life’‘ Devil And God- Two Sides Of The Same Face”

Look For A Change; This is ‘big picture’ thinking. While major upheavals in life can be challenging, you still need to view adversity as change, not a loss and failure. Humans develop resiliency through change, both physiologically and emotionally. It is necessary for all life forms to evolve. You have to give up ‘certainty’ and trust the process of life more often. Know that Spirit supports you no matter what. Adversity is a deeply spiritual lesson because God is attempting to show you a piece of life you need to view to your own evolution and transformation.

”Being Fully Present”

Being fully present during the loss, grief and all forms of adversity are important. Until you process your pain, you cannot move through it. People often stuff or manage their emotional pain which then translates into poor health, overeating, and more psychological suffering. Feel your suffering, and experience it in order to move past it. Suffering is a condition we can move through. Humans are designed to experience grief but not to be permanently stuck in grief. Remember, adverse changes in life permit personal growth and permit us a greater capacity for love.

”Affirm Your Positive, Present Moment Benefits No Matter What.”

Accepting life’s contrasts, whether from financial loss, divorce, illness or grief, means you accept life wholeheartedly. You must accept the bad as well as the good. As adults, we tend to resent life. Keep moving forward, and ask for Divine assistance. You will be amazed at how help arrives to be open to receiving your good. The universe is infinitely creative and will send help in ways you could not imagine.

”Two Sides Of Life”

”As Hamlet said to Ophelia,”God has given you one face, and you make yourself another.” The battle between these two halves of identity…Who we are and who we pretend to be is unwinnable. ”Just as there are two sides to every story, there are two sides to every person. One that we reveal to the world and another we keep hidden inside. A duality governed by the balance of light and darkness, within each of us is the capacity for both good and evil. But those who are able to bur the moral dividing line hold the true power.”

Let’s draw strength together and remember each day is a new opportunity to make a positive change in your world, no matter what.

Say To Yourself !! ”Change is good. I am comforted knowing starting over is an ongoing job. I am becoming more resilient with every circumstance. I never give up. Life is a cycle and there’s always more room for love. I believe I am evolving every day.”

”How Can We Embrace Both Sides Of Life’‘ Devil And God- Two Sides Of The Same Face”

Look For A Change; This is ‘big picture’ thinking. While major upheavals in life can be challenging, you still need to view adversity as change, not a loss and failure. Humans develop resiliency through change, both physiologically and emotionally. It is necessary for all life forms to evolve. You have to give up ‘certainty’ and trust the process of life more often. Know that Spirit supports you no matter what. Adversity is a deeply spiritual lesson because God is attempting to show you a piece of life you need to view to your own evolution and transformation.

”Being Fully Present”

Being fully present during the loss, grief and all forms of adversity are important. Until you process your pain, you cannot move through it. People often stuff or manage their emotional pain which then translates into poor health, overeating, and more psychological suffering. Feel your suffering, and experience it in order to move past it. Suffering is a condition we can move through. Humans are designed to experience grief but not to be permanently stuck in grief. Remember, adverse changes in life permit personal growth and permit us a greater capacity for love.

”Affirm Your Positive, Present Moment Benefits No Matter What.”

Accepting life’s contrasts, whether from financial loss, divorce, illness or grief, means you accept life wholeheartedly. You must accept the bad as well as the good. As adults, we tend to resent life. Keep moving forward, and ask for Divine assistance. You will be amazed at how help arrives to be open to receiving your good. The universe is infinitely creative and will send help in ways you could not imagine.

''Law Of Attraction''

” The Mind Is Everything, What You Think You Become” Buddha Taught. You’ve heard high-minded quotes like these all your life. Now science has caught up. We can finally quantify and track how beliefs can shape outcomes.

‘Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve, ” Napoleon Hill Once said. ” Psychologist found that some people have a ”fixed mindset” and believe that they cannot change their capabilities. Other people have a ”growth mindset”. The growers believe they can work towards improving themselves.

Your Mind is a very powerful thing, and most of us take it for granted. We believe we aren’t in control of what we think because our thoughts seem to fly in and out all day long. But you are in control of your thoughts, and you become what you think about. And that little kernel truth is the secret power of the mind.

It’s really not a secret after all. The power is available to every single person, including you. And it’s free.

”The secret” is that you are what you think. You become what you think about. You can create the life you want, simply by thinking the right thoughts.

In 1956, Earl Nightingale wrote” The Strangest Secret” in an attempt to teach people the power of the mind, the power of thoughts. He said, ” You become what you think about all day long.”

Nightingale’s inspiration came from Napoleon Hill’s Book, ” Think and Grow Rich,” Published in 1937.

”How Power Of Mind Can Change Your Life”

We are creatures of habit. We tend to follow the picture in our minds created by our parents, our neighborhoods, our towns and the part of the world from which we come. For Good or For Bad. But we don’t have to. We each have a mind of our own, capable of imagining life the way we want it. We can say yes or no to the million choices we each encounter every single day. Sometimes it’s good to say no, of course, or we wouldn’t get anything at all done. But the most successful people say yes to life overall.

They are open possibilities. They believe they have the power to make changes in their lives. They aren’t afraid to try new things or to fail.

In fact, many of the most successful companies reward people who have the courage to try new things, even if they fail, because of the things, even if they fail, because the things we call failures often turn into extremely successful things.

”How To Use The Power Of Mind”

Start imagining your life the way you want it. Create a picture in your mind and think about that picture steadfastly all day long. Believe in it.

You don’t have to tell anybody. Have your own quiet confidence that you can make the picture in your mind come true. You will start making different choices line with your picture. You will take small steps in the right direction. You’ll also encounter obstacles. Don’t let these obstacles stop you. If you hold your picture of the life you want steadfast in your mind, you will eventually create that life.

What have Got Nothing To Lose!!!! Close Your Eyes And Start Now.

Law Of Attractions Says ” What You Think …You Become.”

”Law Of Attraction”

” The Mind Is Everything, What You Think You Become” Buddha Taught. You’ve heard high-minded quotes like these all your life. Now science has caught up. We can finally quantify and track how beliefs can shape outcomes.

‘Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve, ” Napoleon Hill Once said. ” Psychologist found that some people have a ”fixed mindset” and believe that they cannot change their capabilities. Other people have a ”growth mindset”. The growers believe they can work towards improving themselves.

Your Mind is a very powerful thing, and most of us take it for granted. We believe we aren’t in control of what we think because our thoughts seem to fly in and out all day long. But you are in control of your thoughts, and you become what you think about. And that little kernel truth is the secret power of the mind.

It’s really not a secret after all. The power is available to every single person, including you. And it’s free.

”The secret” is that you are what you think. You become what you think about. You can create the life you want, simply by thinking the right thoughts.

In 1956, Earl Nightingale wrote” The Strangest Secret” in an attempt to teach people the power of the mind, the power of thoughts. He said, ” You become what you think about all day long.”

Nightingale’s inspiration came from Napoleon Hill’s Book, ” Think and Grow Rich,” Published in 1937.

”How Power Of Mind Can Change Your Life”

We are creatures of habit. We tend to follow the picture in our minds created by our parents, our neighborhoods, our towns and the part of the world from which we come. For Good or For Bad. But we don’t have to. We each have a mind of our own, capable of imagining life the way we want it. We can say yes or no to the million choices we each encounter every single day. Sometimes it’s good to say no, of course, or we wouldn’t get anything at all done. But the most successful people say yes to life overall.

They are open possibilities. They believe they have the power to make changes in their lives. They aren’t afraid to try new things or to fail.

In fact, many of the most successful companies reward people who have the courage to try new things, even if they fail, because of the things, even if they fail, because the things we call failures often turn into extremely successful things.

”How To Use The Power Of Mind”

Start imagining your life the way you want it. Create a picture in your mind and think about that picture steadfastly all day long. Believe in it.

You don’t have to tell anybody. Have your own quiet confidence that you can make the picture in your mind come true. You will start making different choices line with your picture. You will take small steps in the right direction. You’ll also encounter obstacles. Don’t let these obstacles stop you. If you hold your picture of the life you want steadfast in your mind, you will eventually create that life.

What have Got Nothing To Lose!!!! Close Your Eyes And Start Now.

Law Of Attractions Says ” What You Think …You Become.”