The word *failure* is really often misinterpreted. Failing doesn¡¯t imply you have failed. *It is surely an opportunity to learn on your way to success.*
No one ever succeeds for their first attempt, they always face situations they didn¡¯t expect and quite often end up somewhere totally different than they initially thought.
Your job should be to *work hard* and *smart,* chaning to change and situations, gaining knowledge from your mistakes to convert the inevitable failures you might face to a grand success.
The difference between *successful people* and *unsuccessful people* isn¡¯t how many times they fail; it can be *how often they try.Successful people fail in the same way often, or more, than all others. The difference is the fact *they keep picking themselves up over and over, try new things* and *eventually find a thing that works.*
Just take a look at one of the best inventors out of them all, *Thomas A. Edison.* While he was attempting to invent the sunshine bulb *he failed over 1000 times.* Most of us might have quit at about 100 (or possibly after just 1 failure) but he kept going all night, learning each and every time until he eventually got his breakthrough.
This was Edison¡¯s whole philosophy, he believed the human beings mind was able to anything, should you put give it your all it and worked *long enough, hard enough* and were *determined enough,* you’d make it.
To examine another genius through the past, *Albert Einstein.* Einstein failed in class. To most folks this failure would imply that allacademic success no longer has enough reach therefore we would begin other realms at work. Not Einstein, he kept *working* and *learning* and is also now *the founder of modern physics.*
My background isn¡¯t as incredible as those above, but I have experienced my great amount of failures together a few successes. From these experiences I have learned a lot. I want to give you the *4 steps* I have found, and seen countless others take, to show failure into success.
*1. LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES*
Don¡¯t see failing as not *a possiblity to improve* and *learn.* Every time you fail to try ask yourself both the questions *¡°What did I do well?¡±* and *¡°What will I do differently?¡±* then move on using your new found knowledge.
*2. BELIEVE IN YOURSELF*
Edison¡¯s belief in himself and the human beings race is surely an inspiration to people. Know that you might succeed somehow and you might. Never forget that *your capacity is actually unlimited.*
*3. REEVALUATE YOUR SITUATION*
When you’ve met an obstacle you could have a great chance in front of you, *you can learn, go on a new path* and *move ahead* into territory that had been completely unknown to your account before with many different new possibilities. Before you dive in, evaluate your plight. Is this new line and endeavor in line with the goals? If not, it really is not worth to pursue.
*4. TRY AGAIN*
*The most critical lesson just isn’t to throw in the towel.* If you find that the opportunities satisfy your goals. Go for it! *Don¡¯t ever quit;* by far the most successful people on this planet weren¡¯t
successful given that they didn¡¯t fail as frequently, *they failed more, many, more often than not more.* *But they picked themselves up and tried again time and time again until they found the proper mix.*