Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Failure is Success?

In the reality of life, though none of us may want to admit it, failure IS an option.

Many people look at failure as losing and as giving up, others look at it as a chance to exploit others with CRAZY offers that seem to good to be true. To good to be true seems just right in a time of need, and often we tend to move over to that side and end up making BIG mistakes.

Failure can lead to sadness, anger, depression, and even suicide in some cases.

But failure is something that happens to everyone, this is something that we MUST view as a success. Some of you are looking at this and saying what? Is he crazy? But you'll see what i mean.

Failure in many ways is often success but in a hidden way. Take learning for example, when we do something for the first time most of us do not succeed. But does this impede us from forgoing our expedition to accomplish and to achieve?

Take for example someone that everyone knows, yourself. When you were a baby you tried to walk, falling almost all of the time. Crying, getting angry, but in the end getting back up again. And look at you now, you've grown up and now walking, even sprinting, is not out of the question.

Failure is used by the world as a training device for success. Failing something your pretty good at can be a BIG downfall. Sometimes big business owners experience sudden stock drops or shifts in the economy that put their company in debt. Many times this leads to suicide and children now left to bear the hardships of yourself.

But taken as a challenge, then this company will not only recover, but prosper and grow! Take a look at many of the big sports, business, and singing stars out there.

You many not know this but Michael Jordan in his young age didn't even make his high school basketball team. But in his prime he was not only making millions, but was inspiring others all around the world.

If chaneled in the right way, failure leads to motivation and motivation leads to success.

If at first you don't succeed, try and try again!

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