“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”~Thomas A. Edison
Losing and failure are entirely different concepts.
Losing is inevitable; it’s part of the process. Failure is a choice.
You’re going to lose some fights, but what are you going to learn from the process? Do you take these lessons and prepare yourself for your future success? Losing serves a purpose when you learn from it, and you use your losses as fuel to keep you moving forward.
Losing can be a gift.
Failing, on the other hand:
- is a personal choice
- is when you don’t decide to get back up again
- is when you choose not to try again
- is when you blame others
See the difference? An important distinction
So, are you failing, or have you had a few losses?
Here are a few questions to ask yourself to keep moving forward after a loss:
- What message is this trying to tell you?
- What lesson did you learn?
- What did you do wrong?
- What can you do better next time?
Don’t give up… And remember, “Giving up on your goal because of one setback is like slashing your other three tires because you got a flat.” ~Mel Robbins
You got this
#Inspire # Encourage #Love