There is no innovation and creativity without failure. Period. Brene Brown
Do you know what the number one reason is why people don’t get started with chasing their dreams, their businesses, and projects? The fear of failure. The fear of rejection and being disliked. And I get it, we’re all human and we’re all in this together. I am afraid too, but I don’t let fear stop me.
- Failure is a practical sign that you’re at least DOING something. You got yourself out there and got STARTED. Well done!
- It’s a LESSON from life you better learn or you receive it over and over again.
- If you’re afraid of failure, you’re a probably on the very way you should go.
- Nobody feels inspired by the success stories, but by failing and finding the beauty in it. So share your failure and inspire others.
- You WILL fail at some point or another. This is a given fact, so you can relax and enjoy the ride.
- Moving on after failure is true greatness and helps you form a strong personality.
- Failing with one thing most likely means that you find something else, look out for the good in everything.
- It is not permanent. Life comes in waves and so does failure and success. The earlier you accept failure, the faster you can move on.
- What feels like a failure for you, might be a success for someone else. It is all relative and sometimes shifting our perspective helps to make peace with what happened.
- Failure and rejection are chances to declutter our lives from things and people that don’t help us move forward.
We try and we fail. And we move on, fearlessly. This is what separates us from the ones who never try.
By the way, with being fearless I never mean that we are not allowed to be afraid. Fear is our constant companion. Fear is always on board when we’re taking off. But we’re not giving fear a voice, we’re not letting fear stop us from the things we are meant to do. But fear knows the direction. „What we fear doing most is usually what we most need to do.“ (Timothy Ferris)
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