Failure And Doubt Are The Twin Killers
Failure and doubt are a part of life. So what does failure mean to you at this moment in time? Maybe it is getting to the point of giving up. You say, ‘I have just had enough.’ or ‘I can’t do this anymore.’ If you get to this point, it is quite obvious that you are not enjoying life and whatever it is you are doing, anymore. So let us look at why failure has loomed up and taken over.
If you choose the wrong project or avenue to pursue then fine, but something tells me that there may be a deeper problem here. Take a look at your life in general and tell me if there isn’t a pattern emerging here. Are you the type of person who quits things regularly, wimps out, or is it just this one thing. Only you know the answer to that one and be honest when you look in the mirror because the only person you would be cheating is yourself if you lie.
To me, failure isn’t an option anymore and I either do it or don’t do it. You either make money or make excuses and you don’t, you either go on that 5-mile run or you don’t.
Personally, I only work with people who are serious about earning at least $20K a month at least, are coachable, that is they’re willing to learn some stuff from people who know what they are talking about.and understand there is no such thing as success without some sort of commitment, Persistence, and commitment, are invaluable and indispensable qualities.
For each person our team has helped there are a hundred people who are all talk and no action, so when I look to work with people I need to know who they are, to see if they are a good investment of my time and energy.
So, what has that got to do with failure, everything? What I find is that if I take the time to select the right people, they stay longer and do the job at hand. If I am sloppy in this area of recruiting people do not tend to stay, in their minds, they fail because they are not prepared to do what is required.
Now you know why only 5% make money in a home business, they fail in their own mind very quickly and quit.
Is it possible to fail, of course, it is, but ask yourself this question? ‘Did I play full out?’ What does this mean, playing full out? It means failing a thousand times and still hanging in there and not admitting defeat and joining the biggest club in the world, the failure club.
If you attempted to climb Mount Everest and failed that would be okay, as long as you gave it your best shot and did everything you possibly could. But people sometimes set impossible goals and really deep down know they will quit or fail.
To climb something like Mount Everest would take years of training, preparation and total passion for the task. Even then there are no guarantees that you would succeed. But if you then went on to do your very utmost best and failed to reach the summit, then to me that would not have been a failure, because there have only been a small handful of people who have achieved it.
But for most of us, it is something more down to earth, like running a marathon or building a business that we fail at. The reason we fail is totally down to our posture, our attitude, and the action or lack of action we do or do not take. It is that simple.
I am really glad that Edison failed 10,000 times before he made the electric light. Do not be discouraged if you fail a few times.
So failure is a choice, your choice, so pick the right one for you.
To Your Success