You know, not everyone who succeeds in life are the best at what they do. I’ve seen the most educated and skilled people in their field fail, while others who are half as talented succeed.
Why is that?
Most people do everything they possible can to prevent themselves from experiencing failure. They have a simple
misconception that failure is the end of the road. So when they face setbacks or failure, they give up.
The thing is… NO ONE who has ever tasted any level of success without first experiencing the bitter/sweet taste of failure.
You see, failure is only the end of the road when you give up.
One of the best ways to deal with setbacks and failure is to experience it first hand. Embrace your failings and analyze what went wrong so you can make improvements the next time round.
I encourage to get out there and give it a go. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. If it goes wrong, learn from it. Make changes and move on. Just keep repeating the process until youg it right.
And when you find the correct formula… simply rinse and repeat your way to success.