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Failure is your best teacher

by Jerome Shaw 7 months ago in success
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Do not be disturbed by failure!

One thing that I hear over and over again from individuals is that they are scared of failing at anything. They're concerned about what other people would think of them if they falter in their efforts to achieve their objectives. Instead of facing the consequences of failing, they make their concerns a reality by acting on them. They are blissfully unaware that failure is the greatest teacher.

They either fail to achieve their objectives or, much worse, fail to take any action at all in the first place. I've definitely been concerned about failing. And my dread has rendered me immobile. If you've ever been through anything like this, you know how awful it is. Failure, on the other hand, should serve to educate us rather than immobilize us.

Fear of failure may be based on perfectionistic inclinations in certain people. Perfectionists are fundamentally insecure about their abilities. Upon realizing their error, it is enough to send them into a downward spiral of self-criticism and humiliation. Perfectionists are often prevented from taking any action at all.

Your health, work, and relationships may all suffer as a result of having a perfectionist streak. This is due to the fact that it exacerbates your worries of failure to the point where you decide not to pursue your objectives at all. This is exacerbated by the internal judgment and negative dialogue that are a part of the perfectionist's toolbox. Embracing the notion that failure may teach you more about life than continuous success might be beneficial in such circumstances.

Do you spend your time and energy trying to make everything flawless and polished? Is it true that everyone thinks you're great all of the time? Even while it may be a very addicting and pleasant sensation, there are superior ones available. What do you mean? Try to be accepted for who you really are! Instead of striving for perfection, strive for authenticity. The benefits of doing so include feeling more grounded and being more capable of embracing both setbacks and triumphs.

If you're making a mistake, allow yourself to make a mistake. It may even be enjoyable. Take it from someone who considers themselves to be a serious person. Make it a point not to take oneself too seriously at all times. Just keep in mind that the world's total population is about 7.125 billion people. You are just ONE of the millions of individuals that wander the world, wallowing in their substandard issues. Have a good time, my buddy!

When you accept your own strengths and weaknesses, a strange thing happens: you become more capable of accepting the opposite of your own strengths and limits. This implies that you are becoming more aware of your actual self and realizing that failure is the greatest teacher.

Consider it a present: Those who are around you can take a deep breath more easily when you're ready to recognize your limits. Due to the fact that, when you accept your flaws, you create an atmosphere of love and acceptance that encourages everyone in your immediate vicinity to heal themselves.

This means that failure is your most valuable teacher on this planet! Embrace failure with open arms if you want to be a successful person in life. Failure will teach you valuable lessons that you may use in the future. It will also assist you in gaining valuable experience that will be beneficial in the future when you encounter similar situations in your life. Success is not easy! You will have to work diligently for it and you will fail numerous times. The point here is now to be disheartened by it! Learn from your failures and emerge as a successful person in life!

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Jerome Shaw

Here to inspire you on your journey. 🙏🏾

Connect with me on IG @jromeshaw

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