Do you know that every failure is an opportunity? A lot of times we see failure as a setback, but what if i told you that it was a setup? lets find out..
Welcome to my blog post. in this blog I speak about the importance of embracing failure and seeing them as opportunities. Dive in
Failure and Opportunities
With each failure, I get the opportunity of learning how NOT to do it.
Failure is needed for success. I know that sounds weird and ridiculous but it's true. How can you ever know what success feels like when you've never failed before? The people with the most success in most cases also have the most failures. Knowing this should change the way you view failure.
A lot of times we run from failure because it looks like a dead-end, but the truth is, failure is only a dead-end if you never learn from it. Failure comes to remind you to "try again, try another way, seek assistance, etc." With failure comes experience and an opportunity for success.
Failure also builds character. It helps you understand that you're only human, capable of mistakes. There's much more to gain from failures than there is to gain from success.
Failure is only a dead-end if you never learn from it.
In my life, I have had my fair share of failures. Failed friendships, failed investments, failed ideas, failed businesses, etc. With each new failure I learnt how NOT to do it. Each new failure taught me to learn more. It exposed me to outside the box thinking. For the longest I ran away from failure because I was afraid that it was a setback, but I realized that by running away from failure, I was also running away from taking risks and opportunities. My greatest success came from the failures preceding that. I had to learn a new way, grow deeper in my thinking, embrace the fact that I am human and cancelled out one way of doing things. In your life, you have to embrace the failures you've had or the ones you're scared of having. Those failures are there to build you and equip you for your success.