Thursday, 2 January 2020

6 Reasons why failure is not bad

6 reasons why failure is not bad

Today, I have a post on why failure isn’t bad and why you should celebrate the failures as well as the successes.

1. Growth 

The only way to learn and grow from your experiences is by failing sometimes. Failure isn’t bad, and I dislike the word “failure” because is it really failing if you’re learning and growing? If you’re good at everything, then what will you learn? If you keep on succeeding, then when will you learn something new? How will you learn and grow? If you haven’t failed, then you haven’t tried anything new. Not only do you learn more, gain more knowledge, but you become more aware. 

2. Reflection 

Failure will help you to reflect. Once you fail, you won’t make that mistake again, and you’ll learn from it. You can reflect on your experiences. 

3. Re-direction

Sometimes, we only fail because we’re getting re-directed to something much better for us. A plan which is greater than we thought and hoped for. Don’t be discouraged if you get knocked down because the re-direction will be much better for you. I’m a true believer that everything happens for a reason. So, keep the hope alive and know that something better and worthwhile will come your way. 

4. It’s Essential 

Everyone inevitably fails. Whether it’s not getting the grades you expected or not getting hired after an interview. Whatever it is, it’s essential to fail so we can re-direct ourselves and learn from the experience. Failure is only bad if we make it. 

5. Opportunity 

Don’t take “failure” as something bad. There’s actually a lot of stigma and stereotype attached to the word “failure”. In all honesty, it’s an opportunity to start over; to begin something new more intelligently and with more knowledge. Look at it as your options and opportunities opening. 

6. Strength 

Undoubtedly, you will become stronger each time. You will become more determined each time. You will learn and grow, and each time you’ll end up getting stronger and stronger. If you learn something from your experience, then is it really “failure”? 

Don’t be afraid of failing, it’s a sign of growth! How do you cope with a set-back? 

Thanks for reading!
Until next time, take care, and keep smiling.
Ramshaa Rose

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