“Failure is a bend in the road, not the end of the road. Learn from failure and keep moving forward.” – Roy T. Bennett
How do you interpret your failures? Do you look for the lessons in your struggles, use them as education for improvement or do you allow them to warp your sense of future achievements, act as omens of future letdowns?
It’s not easy to keep an optimistic mind during times of lack, failure, yet this characteristic is shared by pretty much all high achievers.
A mind that keeps hope alive during times of disappointments. A mind that’s open to constant adjustment and fine-tuning. A mind that knows that today’s failure does not have to equal tomorrows. A mind that refuses to give up on a dream or goal because it knows that a breakthrough could come at any moment.
Allow your struggles to act as teachers for you, find motivation in the necessity to change.
Opportunities for growth are often found in the trappings of failure.