Updated: Feb 19
“What doesn't kill me, makes me stronger.”
Personal Growth through your mistakes.
"The value of success is measured in knowledge, skill, sweat, by what you learned along the way and the obstacles that you conquered. Without failures you have not grown."
1. BE A GLASS-HALF-FULL TYPE OF PERSON.
You can’t get stronger by being negative all the time.
When you experience challenges and failures, ask yourself what you have learned. Anything positive that you can pull from it is what’s going to make you stronger. Don’t think of your challenges as failures. Think of them as ways that you can improve yourself.
2. LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES THE FIRST TIME AROUND.
It may seem absurd to think of someone attempting the same action expecting different results. Mark Twain said to do so was a sign of insanity.
You need to learn from the mistakes the first time and make sure that you do things differently. Otherwise, you are really not learning anything. If you’re not learning anything, you’re not getting stronger.
3. SOMETIMES, YOU MUST LOSE TO WIN.
We often call this simply "Fate" but whatever it is, we have experienced good from a negative and have told ourselves it wasn't meant to be.
In many cases, a failure is not really a failure at all. It is simply a push in a different direction.
No one wins every single battle. However, the point is to win the war. There will be times when you must take a loss or failure, and you cannot get personal about it.
Learn to let things roll off your shoulders. If something goes wrong, don’t dwell on it. Take the lessons you have learned and move on to the next battle.
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