Success and Failure: Why They Aren’t Exactly Related

Hey guys! Welcome back. Here is a little Monday motivation to get you through the rest of the day and through the week.

I used to think that if I wasn’t successful I had failed. It didn’t matter what I learned or the effort I put into whatever I was doing. I was convinced I had failed. I also used to think that anything less than A was a bad grade. But recently I have learned that just because I didn’t do as well as I wanted doesn’t mean that I failed.

There is more to learn from failure than success. Failure isn’t always bad. Success and failure are not directly connected. Sometimes success comes with luck, but that doesn’t mean you are lucky. It doesn’t mean that you will never fail. It means time was on your side and you just happened to be at the right place at the right time.

But success also comes with hard work. Successful people still fail sometimes. No one is perfect and no one goes their entire life without failing at something. You are allowed to fail no matter your track record.

The most important thing to remember is that you only fail if you don’t learn. If you don’t get the desired results learn from what you did wrong. Also, just because you didn’t get your desired results doesn’t mean all your work was for nothing. If you made any progress you succeeded in something. Don’t discredit your time and hard work. Give credit where credit is due and keep working. Don’t give up the first time things go wrong.

Thank you so much for reading! I hope you enjoyed this. Please like it if you did. Don’t forget to follow before you leave if you have not already and I hope to see you next time!


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