Redefining Failure

Redefining Failure. What is failure? What does it look like? How do you know you’ve failed?

Failure according to many is the lack of success and when we fail, we feel terrible and discouraged. Some people fail and blame themselves; some people fail and blame everyone else. Failure is a terrible word; we all try our best to avoid being described as a failure.

Here’s some food for thought, what is trying? What does trying look like?

Failure and trying cannot exist without one another, trying requires several attempts that’s the point of growing in any area of life. Giving up is true failure when you fall you get up, that is growth.

Redefine failure for yourself.

Failure is not the opposite of success. It is part of success. Allow yourself the space to grow, the space to try, if you don’t try you will never know what you are capable of. Start that business, try, and stop robbing yourself the opportunity to see what could be. Fear is what we should not be associated with, fear will keep you from trying, fear keeps you from growing not failure.

If you are trying you are growing and if you are growing, you are succeeding. Redefine failure for yourself.

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