7 Jun

So how did you go?
Have you “chunked” all your tasks and prioritize them?
Did you find it difficult to get started but managed to find a rhythm eventually?
I am guessing, that if you are reading this, you at least haven’t given up yet!…right?
Well that’s Awesome – Congratulations!
You know..you are meant to succeed, in fact you’re born to succeed.
But along the way there will be failures because you simply can’t have success without failure.
I know it may sound crazy, or a little absurd, but the truth is that you can’t be successful without having a few failures along the way.
Without failure you wouldn’t know what success is.
You need that reference point.
Like Sweet and Sour, you only know what sweet is because you’ve experienced neutral and/or sour.
When you fail you have to learn from that failure and then move forward.
Thomas Edison failed over 1,000 times before he finally found the right combination of elements to make a light bulb work.
He learned from his failures.
He used his failures as a benchmark, and avoided repeating them.
He improved on his failures.
One of my favourite quotes is Sir Winston Churchill’s speech to his old school Harrow:

Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never — in nothing, great or small, large or petty — never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.


Napoleon Hill in THINK & GROW RICH gives the example of the “Junk” man who took millions of dollars in ore from a goldmine compared to it’s previous owners who had tried and tried but gave up only inches from the jackpot!
Too many people give up just when their on the verge of success.
Because that’s what you’re used to doing.
That’s what your mind and subconscious mind are used to doing.
That’s their method of living, when it gets tough, you give up and start again. Always hoping that success will come but you make the same mistakes because the subconscious is programmed for failure.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
Learn from your failures.
creating affluence deepak chopraIn Deepak Chopra‘s A-Z of Creating Affluence, “F” stands for… Fact that in every failure, there is the seed of success.
Consider a failure or setback a stepping stone to success. You should look for opportunities in every failure or setback.
Re-program your mind and subconscious mind so that you are tuned to success.
Begin attracting success, be a magnet for success. Get your mind and subconscious mind focused on attracting and creating success so you enjoy life – now!
Every setback or failure contains an opportunity for you to learn, improve and grow. It’s a sign that you’re making progress but you have to make some adjustment in order to experience tremendous success.
If you don’t learn, grow or discover the opportunity in the setback or failure, then you become stagnant and discouraged.
Examine every failure or setback, step by step and you’ll discover the opportunity, you’ll learn something new and you’ll
grow that’s what will allow you to enjoy success.
So why don’t you see these opportunities?
Because you’re conditioned to focus only on what is wrong.
Your mind and subconscious mind are used to focusing only on the failure and not learning from the mistakes.
Your mind and subconscious mind are powerful tools, incredible allies that can catapult you to success or doom you to failure.
It all depends on how you direct them and what you focus on.
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You can turn failure into success.
You can live your dreams.
You can attract success.
You can manifest abundance.
You are a powerful human being
and you can live the life you want – start today – by not giving up on this challenge! 🙂

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