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The Best Way To Prepare For Failure

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It is okay to fail. Because no one is perfect. 
I am not perfect. You are not perfect. 
Go for what you want.
Do not let failure discourage you. 
Do not let what is happening around you discourage you.
And do not discourage yourself. 

The best preparation for failure 
 is to take what you are doing seriously, 
is to be brave, is to act boldly, 
is to be kind to yourself, 
is to love yourself, is to be the best at what you do, 
and to see failure as an opportunity to learn more about your life, 
about your decisions, about your dreams, and about your goals. 


“There Are No Mistakes.” Here Is Why

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When you make a mistake, it is not the end of your life. In short, it is the beginning of a new day, of a new life, of a new you.

When you make mistakes, don’t deny them, own them. You learn from them when you own them.

If you want to learn more from your mistakes, don’t be afraid to make one or two mistakes. But do not make it a habit. It is good to make a mistake, but do not do it every day.

Mistakes are opportunities to know more about your world. So when you make a mistake, instead of beating yourself up, take it as a learning opportunity. Anthony Robbins says, “Take the opportunity to learn from your mistakes: find the cause of your problem and eliminate it. Do not try to be perfect.” Yes, he is right.

“Mistakes are a fact of life. It is the response to the error that counts.”- Nikki Giovanni

Learn from your mistakes. Do not avoid mistakes. When you avoid mistakes, you are avoiding your own growth. Remember, nothing is going to happen if you don’t embrace mistakes. So why avoid mistakes? You are going to make more, anyway.

“There are no mistakes,” only lessons. There are no mistakes, only opportunities. According to Richard Bach, “There are no mistakes. The events we bring upon ourselves, no matter how unpleasant, are necessary in order to learn what we need to learn; whatever steps we take, they’re necessary to reach the places we’ve chosen to go.”

Do not let the fear of mistakes stop you from living your true life. Whatever you are doing, don’t expect it to be perfect the first time. It is not going to be perfect. Because you are doing it for the first time. Barbara Sher said, “You don’t have to get it right the first time.” No one gets it right the first time. So be comfortable with mistakes. And you will grow.