I accept failure as a part of life. Failures are common occurrences whenever anyone tries to accomplish something challenging. When I am willing to embrace failure, my life becomes easier to live.
My level of success increases when I am comfortable with failing.
I use failure to my advantage. Each time I fail, I force myself to understand why I failed and use that information to perfect my approach. The more I fail, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more capable I become.
I know that the level of success I achieve is largely dependent on how many times I am willing to fail.
Everyone else is afraid of failure. That minimizes the competition I face in life. Being comfortable with failure is a huge advantage to me. I feel like it is my superpower. I am unstoppable.
Overcoming my failures gives me confidence in everything I do. I am defeating so many challenges that every new challenge is small and easy by comparison. I am confident in my ability to overcome all challenges, setbacks, and obstacles in my path.
Today, I am facing the prospect of failure head-on. I welcome failure into my life, because I know it is making me stronger and smarter. I use my failures as stepping stones to success.
1. What has been my biggest failure and what could I learn from it?
2. Am I allowing the fear of failure to inhibit me? If so, why?
3. What are the benefits of failing? How can I use these to my advantage?