I embrace the failures I experience in my life, because I know that each failure provides the opportunity to enhance my skills and knowledge.
Failure is educational. I learn something new with each failure and put that knowledge to work for me.
Failure makes me a more powerful person.
Failure is also the steppingstone to greatness. The most successful people are those that have failed the most. Those people that avoid failure also avoid success and choose to embrace mediocrity.
I refuse to be mediocre. I crave greatness, so I welcome the prospect of failure into my life. Failure happens frequently on the path to greatness.
I demand to live a life filled with greatness. I accept that frequent failure is part of that lifestyle. The more comfortable I am with failure, the more successful I can eventually become.
Failure is just an outcome that provides a lesson. I am comfortable with the idea of learning today, so that I can become better and more capable tomorrow. It sounds like a pretty good deal to me.
Today, I do my best and use the outcome to my advantage. I am fearless in the face of failure as I know that I am taking another step toward greatness.
- What can I learn from the five greatest failures I’ve experienced so far in my life?
- Do I fear failure? If so, why? What are the negative things I believe will happen if I fail?
- What would happen if I had no fear of failure? In what ways would my life change? What is the worst that could happen if I refused to fear failure?