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LESSON #1: Today you find out if courage and confidence are the same thing?
Which one you absolutely need…
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How many goals have you evaded because you were afraid of failing? Any that turned out to be big business success, and you know because you saw and may still see successful TV commercials about your dream product, raking in the money, all for your neighbor that you told about your new idea, over the fence cutting grass..
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If you ever failed at something once in life, it touches you in a profoundly emotional way. While it feels damaging at the time, it teaches you crucial lessons. You learn what does not work, which may really bring you closer to success. Because it’s so disturbing to fail, you’ll try harder the next time.
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Even if you try and bomb, you’ll never be the individual you were before you began the project. You’ve forced yourself to a higher level, moved away from your comfort zone, and are much more sensible for having tried the task.
If you perpetually avoid pursuing goals and ambitions because you’re afraid of making errors you’ll never recognize what you can do. Attempting and bombing is better than never having tried at all.
Following some failure you might feel weak, hurt, broken, pulled down, and/or defeated. But something astonishing occurs once the original sting wears thin; you really become stronger in mind and spirit, but you know a hell of a lots more!
With each effort put forth you grow more potent in character and better your odds of accomplishing success. Since many individuals wish to avoid the pain of making any error, it will lead to better focus and desire to succeed here-after.
If you put your efforts into attempting something and you fall short you strengthen in every way. so take courage to try again. It’s commonly dread of the unknown that really paralyze us, but when you’ve made it through a failure, taken a risk and lost, it won’t feel as chilling the next time you try.
Courage doesn’t really come from winning, but from the quest of goals-whether you win or not. By taking more risks you’ll build courage to continue trying till you encounter success. They state that everything occurs for a reason, and failure is no exception.
Perhaps you interviewed for a job and didn’t get it, all the same another one comes through that pays more and proposes room for growth. Maybe somebody you’ve been dating abruptly breaks things off, and you meet somebody 10 times more fantastic. Failure is never the end of the route, but only the start of something possibly better.