Saturday, November 20, 2010

Week 21: Don't give up! - Failure means gain Experience

Every failure brings with it the seed of an equivalent advantage. - Napoleon Hill
The winners are just the ones that keep getting back up again! The only way to be loser is to fail and quit; or fail and not learn form it; or fail and not look beyond it; or fail and let it define you as a failure. In the Psychology of Achievement, (I copied this within 5 minutes from a bookstore which advice customers to 'No free reading, please'.) Brian Tracy tells of four millionaires tried an average of 17 different things before they found one that made them successful by the age of 35 years.

 In every failure you always learned something, what you do is change your approach and never quit! Chester Bennington from Linkin Park shout it out loud, "One step closer!” Yes! Knowing what doesn't work, moves you one step closer to knowing what does. People do not fail, they just quit too easily. Don't give up!

Anthony Robbins in his book Unlimited Power (P.s: Broaden your reading materials, don't just stick with one subject) suggests that "There is no such thing as failure. There are only results." He said that we always produce a result. If it's not the one you desire, you can just change your actions and you'll produce new results. Cross the word 'failure', circle the word 'result'. With every failure, you gain experience. Try again, don't give up!

Let me close up this note with this amazing story of Thomas Edison, who, with less than 3 months of schooling, became the world's leading inventor especially in his famous invention- incandescent light. After he'd tried more than 9,999 times to perfect the light bulb and hadn't succeeded, someone asked him,
"Are you going to have 10,000 failures?"
He answered, "I didn't fail. I just discovered another way not to invent the electric light bulb."

What an answer! When you face so called 'failure', bare in mind that you're always produce results. There is no such thing as failure. There are only opportunities for learning. Try again, don't give up! Best Blogger Tips

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