A lot of times, it is easy to forget how much we have to do in order to accomplish our goals because we have the wrong expectations. This means that we forget that our day is a constant work in progress. It takes more effort to do it the way we want it to be done, and we fail to see that we might fail to achieve our goals if we fail to do the things we do.
A lot of the difficulties that I talk about, like the ones I described earlier, are more associated with failures than successes. In a lot of cases, we can make it to our goals if we get past the hurdles that we face in our day-to-day lives.
I often read that a failure is a bad outcome, but I have learned that failure is a good outcome. And I’m learning that if I fail to accomplish something, then I can succeed.
Failures are not always bad outcomes. There are some life lessons that we learn, but many more are simply lessons of self-discipline and self-awareness. For example, I can’t say that I don’t succeed even if I don’t succeed in every single thing I set out to do. Failure just means that I have learned something or that I am still trying. Failure also means that I have realized something that I did not realize in the beginning.
We learn that “failure” is a sign.
The same can be said for other life lessons, like what you did and why. Failure is a sign that you are still trying and that you have not yet learned the lesson of the mistake you made.
This is a really good example of the importance of failures. The fact that you can learn something from them is awesome. It means that you are trying. You are learning something, and it means that you are a grown up and you aren’t a kid anymore. It means that you are making the right decisions. It also means that you don’t need to repeat the same mistakes. Failure is another sign that you are still learning and that you are trying.
Wellllll, let’s look at some failures. You are trying to break into the building, and your plan fails and you end up crashing into the wall. You are still trying to break into the building, but you have run into a building that is not your building. You are still trying to break into the building, but you have made the mistake of crashing into a wall. You are still trying to break into the building, but you have crashed into a wall.
This reminds me of all the times I’ve tried to enter an office building that I couldn’t get into, and found it impossible. I always fail the first try, and find myself, like I am here, just trying to get into the building. A quick glance at the building’s exterior shows that the doorways are too small, the windows too high, and the walls too thick.
Well, you did crash into a wall. Now at least you know it isn’t a wall. I hope this is helpful.