Tag: Failure

When You Fail…

Photo by Andres Ayrton
When you fail, 
it is not the end of your life.
It is just the beginning of a new chapter.

When you fail, you are not a loser.
You are not a failure. 
You are a learner. 

When you fail, do not beat yourself up.
Instead, lift yourself up. Get back up.
Start again. Do not give in to fear.
Find a way to do it again. 
You are still in the game if you haven't given up.

When you fail, do not take it personally.
Take it as a learning opportunity.
Take it as an opportunity to learn about yourself.
Take it as an opportunity to learn about your dream.

When you fail, it is not about you.
It is about your work. 
It means you are not there yet. 

When you fail, do not forget yourself.
Do not ignore yourself. Success takes time. 
If you work hard, if you work smart,
If you have the courage to wait,
You will succeed. You will win. 

When you fail, remember that
You cannot control everything 
Around you. But you can choose 
To take care of yourself, to love yourself,
To find a way to learn from your failure.
Isn't that good enough?

2 Simple Ways To Create The Life Of Your Dreams

Photo by Erik Mclean

Your dreams will come true if you have the courage to stand up for yourself, if you have the courage to own what you don’t like about yourself, if you have the courage to always bet on yourself, if you have the courage to take responsibility for your life, and if you do not pay attention to other people’s expectations of you.

Do not do that. Because you are not here to please people. You are here to write your own story. And you can write it. You can pursue your dreams. You can create the life you want for yourself. It is within your reach. You can do it. Do not put any limit on your life.

It is up to you. But here are 2 simple ways to create the life of your dreams:

Take responsibility for your failures

Before you blame other people for your failures, remember that you are responsible for your thoughts. You are also responsible for your actions. Instead of blaming other people for what went wrong, why not learn from it?

If you want to grow, you must stop blaming other people for where you are. They are not responsible for it. You are responsible for your life. In the words of Robert Herjavec, “The only person responsible for your success or failure is the person you look at in the mirror every morning.” And that person is YOU!

Do not give your power away. Because taking responsibility for your life means you are in charge of your life. If you want to move forward in your life, you must take 100% responsibility for your life. If you are not getting the right results, or if you are not getting what you want, you must change your thoughts. You must change your actions. Because if you do not change your thoughts, if you do not change how you do things, you will never get what you want.

If you are looking for better results, don’t just blame, do something.

Pay attention to what you want for yourself

If you want to create the life of your dreams, if you want to create your life, you must not pay attention to other people’s opinions of you. When you focus your attention on other people’s expectations of you, it is difficult to stay on track, to follow your path, to know what you are doing, and to know where you are gong.

It is hard. It is difficult to focus on something when you are not thinking for yourself, when you are under the control of other people’s opinions. It won’t work. If you really want your dreams to come true, you must pay attention to what you are doing, not what other people want you to do. Because you are not pursuing their dreams. You are pursuing your dreams.

Whatever happens, take full responsibility for it. If nothing is working, change what is not working. If something is working for you, do more of it. Do more of what is getting you closer to your dreams. Jack Canfield says, “Do more of what is working, do less of what isn’t, and try on new behaviors to see if they produce better results.” Simple, but hard to follow. Look, if you want to be successful, do more of what is working for you.

Will you do it for your future?