Ross Reck: Failure Is Something We Should Embrace, Not Fear

//Ross Reck: Failure Is Something We Should Embrace, Not Fear

Ross Reck: Failure Is Something We Should Embrace, Not Fear


Embracing Failure

FailureFew people will argue with the old adage that, “Experience is the best teacher.”  Experience is all about trying something new, failing, learning from that failure and then trying again until you get it right.  When you think about it, that’s how you learned how to ride a bicycle.  The only problem is that many people fear failure even more than they fear snakes!  Their fear keeps them from stepping outside their comfort zone and trying new things.  As a result, the don’t learn, they don’t grow and they miss out on many of the wonderful and exciting things that life has to offer.

To fear failure is to fear success because the road to success is always paved with a series of failures that someone learned from along the way.  So, do yourself a favor–step outside your comfort zone and try something new that you’ve always wanted to try.  View the challenge as if you are getting ready to learn how to ride a bike.  Instead of concentrating on the initial failures that are going to occur, focus on how good it’s going to feel when you finally succeed!  Believe me, if you do this, you’ll be really glad you did. [1]


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2017-09-09T21:17:45+00:00 September 9th, 2017|General|0 Comments

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