Quote by Frank Sinatra
Sometimes we need to fail hundreds or thousands of times. To succeed, we must fail several times. Who never failed? Often these failures may seem like tragedies caused by ourselves.
After many years of dedication and persistence, success may seem like the ultimate revenge. Not just to those around you, but to yourself. Why? Because we become our worst enemies at certain times in our lives with all the fear and insecurity that follow us. Give up? Never. Never yield to the seemingly hidden power of the enemy.
Everyone fails in life. At one point or another, you will suffer from failure. If you have not experienced some flaws, just wait. The problem is that most people associate failure with complete defeat. I know, because I’ve failed countless times. In my marriage, in studies, in business, in life in general. And I felt like a total loser. But through these defeats, I learned how important it is to fail. And I also discovered that the most successful people in the world have failed many times.
When we fail, we grow, reaching new understandings and perspectives about life, love, business, money, and people. We are forced to make new connections, to seek new goals and dreams.
Failure is also part of the genetic makeup of life. Our DNA is the result of endless failures. With each iteration, our genetic fiber used these flaws to evolve.
In fact, the pain of defeat can be so deep that we sometimes question our own existence. But surely the lessons learned from failure are the most valuable in our lives. I assure you there’s light at the end of the tunnel.
If failure formed you for the better, I would love to hear about it in the comments.