Failure is a part of everyday life.
I used to love asking myself the ‘What if…‘ question about failure.
It was an interesting question to ask, but it got me nowhere fast. Dreaming, wishing, and hoping is fun and carefree when there is no risk involved; unfortunately it is not real life.
- Living is risky.
- Living is full of failure.
- Living is messy.
The question isn’t ‘What would I do if I could not fail?’, rather it is ‘What will I do with my failures?’
Don’t let the reality of failure keep you from achieving your dreams.
It takes more failure, trying again, and getting up than we realize or want to admit to become a success.
- Fail faster.
- Fail sooner.
- Fail better.
How many times you fall down is an irrelevant number. The number that matters is how many times you get up.
Fail forward into success.