Failure is one of life’s great forces. Push yourself to the limits of your talents, endurance, and common sense, and then go one step further and fall down, spectacularly if possible. Most people, of course, avoid failure. Or, at least, they try to, as much as possible. Or, even worse, they deny having failed and push on steadily against increasing odds just to show ‘em they mean business. What good comes of that? What lessons has success ever taught?

Reasons why people fail :

Improvised living will give you unexpected results. You will always have a better chance to succeed in anything if you have a plan. By forming a simple plan, former non-planners will increase their rate of success. Don’t dream to be a mediocre person. Dream big, but break that dream down into small, daily actions that inch you closer to it every day. It is disappointing to lose any battle. Sometimes it’s devastating. But the war is not over, is it? If your business fails, won’t you know several key things NOT to do next time? Objectively, it’s a highly useful learning experience. If you go in expecting to fail, you’ve got a great chance to do it. Pessimism leads to failure because it decreases the amount of effort a person will put forth. Success requires effort, which is fueled by the perspective that your efforts are not in vain. Fear must be cold, because it freezes people, however freezing in place isn’t a smart strategy in life. Excuses! Sometimes failure is simply a matter of location – the wrong country, the wrong state, the wrong job, the wrong hobby. This is the tricky aspect of failure – knowing when to move on to something else. Apathy can often lead to the worst-case scenario of human life. That worst-case scenario is next on the list as the number one reason for failure, and it’s the saddest thing you’ll ever see in a human being. Giving up!!

 

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How to Fail at everything- Lance Casey

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