Don’t Worry About Other People’s Opinions

Multicolored Abstract Painting
Photo by Steve Johnson

“It is common sense to take a method and try it: If it fails, admit frankly and try another. But above all, try something.”- Franklin D. Roosevelt

We don’t like to fail at something. We like to pass all the time. We like to show our friends how smart we are. We don’t like to talk about our failures and mistakes. To be really honest here, failure is what we should be talking about all the time. Why is that? Because we learn more from failure. Failure has a lot to teach us if we are willing to accept it. Are you ready to learn from failure?

If you fail at something, keep trying. Don’t stop trying. Never stop trying. If you try and fail, try it again. Don’t worry about other people’s opinions. Just focus on making your life better every day. If what you are doing is not working out well for you, check how you are doing it. You might want to change your strategy. If you fail, admit it, learn from it, and move on. But above all, never stop trying new things.