FAILURE IN PURSUIT FOR SUCCESS: HOW TO MAINTAIN WHEN FACING FAILURE IN LIFE

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“Keep forging ahead.”


living in the paradigm

While in our pursuit for success, we often find ourselves wallowing in our own self pity. Why, well because in the paradigm of trying to succeed, we are not able to see success as much we are able to see the failure right in front of us. We don’t see the small successes and gains along the pathway because we’re stuck in our hurt. We also don’t see the gains because we are constantly chasing the bigger picture. So you don’t see the small gains when you’re focused on the greater things you seek to achieve.

be easy

Try not to get too caught up in the fact that you are not making the gains you want just yet. Those internal feeling can manifest themselves outwardly. And from here on out, you will experience yourself moving further away from your point in life. So instead of focusing on the fact you are 10 steps ahead, you inadvertently pushed yourself 12 steps back. So it’s ok to be a critic of yourself. But don’t push it too far because you will become your biggest enemy in the process.

more success equals more work

People seem to think that once they arrive where they want to be that the work is complete. They have not made it, they have simply arrived at a certain point. So now, there is constant work just to maintain that point in your life. And here is and even bigger true testament to your standing power. Because a lot of people fall from grace because they cannot maintain their position. They can not keep up with the constant for more and more. So you have to work for years just to make yourself strong enough to deal with the wave ahead.


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