Failures Bring Success - Learn From Yours

We've all heard the saying there is no success without failure. Have you ever thought about how your failures brought you success? Most people look at the word FAIL and deem it negative. That is not the case at all. If you never try to do something how will you learn how to do it properly. One of the most difficult things to do is face what you don't like about yourself. How is it we can easily distinguish others bad habits, actions or words, but can never really see our own? You need to know that your failures bring success and we need to learn from those failures.

It takes a strong, devoted person to say "I am wrong for that, but I am working on being better." You have to acknowledge everything about yourself, not just the good things. Take note in what a lot of people tell you, then ask yourself are those people genuine in their statement. Then instead of making excuses, take a long look in the mirror and face your failures. We all have shortcomings. You know what you do that isn't appealing, yet you make an excuse for it, (I did this because, I only do it when), then it becomes an excuse. For example; when you get angry you tell secrets about other people. Stop making an excuse and realize you failed to keep that secret and you are going to work on doing better.

All you can do is take it one step at a time and the first step is realizing you have failed at something. To truly be successful we must practice what we preach. If you do something and it makes you feel bad, then you should think about why you do it. Here are some steps to start turning your failures into successes:

1) Acknowledge your failures/dislikes

2) Tell yourself when you feel the need to engage in these acts - NO

3) Start with small things like, not going to a bar if you know drinking is your failure- not spending time with someone who brings negative energy, etc.

4) Know that if you mess up it is okay - You can restart all the time

5) Put more energy into your own failures than other people's

6) Learn from your mistakes

7) Tell yourself the truth about yourself

8) Stay positive

When you have realized your failures, you can turn them into success. No one is perfect, but many people tend to believe they are. You plunge into everyone else's non-sense, but rarely see your own. Stop today and start building yourself up. Realize that everyone makes mistakes and instead of you telling people about theirs work on your own. The goal is to understand you're working on yourself and admit to that. When you fail then realize what caused that failure and not do it the next time a situation comes around you have truly learned for your failures. This will allow you to be happy and healthy. So happy to share this with you loving folks. Keep loving & living.

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