PENNY’S CORNER: Learn from failure
We often are hard on ourselves after failing to do something, which is why we find ourselves stocked in the past or sometimes doing the very same thing over and over again without finding any solution to the situation. Yes, it’s often okay to recap and check where you went wrong instead of finding ways of moving on after the failure. The failure of doing something can also be wha you need for you to perfect it or to start something better than the one you’ve failed already. We often hear people say three is always a room for improvement, but we don’t really accommodate failure, but instead we encouraged by comparing what has happened to someone we thinking were better then, we often expect more from people while we’re giving less and we also try and find ways to make excuses for our failure so we can get comfort and forget that the comfort of failure is the stage of equilibrium between our dreams and failure itself.
Failure should never be taken as an excuse, but as a wakeup call that something is not going right and you need to stand up and look back never go back instead try and rectify what has been done and find ways to grow and evolve yourself to become a better person because yours tomorrow isn’t defined by what you were yesterday but who you are today as an individual. The theory of it all is finding the small reason that made you to even want to give it a try from the get go and what everybody else says shouldn’t be a factor, but what you know is what will make it all a reality for your future and push factor to want to try again.
Sometimes failure can motivate you to try again and perfect PENNY’S what CORNER: you did wrong, but they are things you can’t take back from failure because not all the Apples from an Apple tree are to be eaten, but some rot on their own so you can never take back We often say it is better to try and fail than fail to try because behind every successful person the is failure that pushed them to be who and what they are today, so success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence simply because winners are not afraid of failure and if you’re not prepared to go wrong you can never come back with something original.
“Failure should be our teacher, not our undertaker. Failure is delay, not defeat. It is a temporary detour, not a dead end. Failure is something we can avoid only by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing.” - Denis