The sweetest victory is the one that’s most difficult.4 The one that requires you to reach down deep inside, to fight with everything you’ve got, to be willing to leave everything out there on the battlefield—without knowing, until that do-or-die moment, if your heroic effort will be enough. Society doesn’t reward defeat, and you won’t find many failures documented in history books.
I was once that one yelling “Failure Is Nt An Option”, until I noticed I’ve already failed a few times opening and closing businesses started online stores and companies and not reaching the full potential of success. I was always afraid to fail not wanting anyone to say things I once cared what others would think until I realized who I really was and what I was capable of doing. At that point my life changed I’m no longer afraid to admit I’ve failed but the point is I’m still going.
“The quickest road to success is to possess an attitude toward failure of ‘no fear.’ ”
Now that I’ve reached my full potential and I’m pushing myself beyond measure I feel like any and everything is possible. So I’m fearless to starting over and again and again until I get it right.
The exceptions are those failures that become steppingstones to later success. Such is the case with Thomas Edison, whose most memorable invention was the light bulb, which purportedly took him 1,000 tries before he developed a successful prototype. “How did it feel to fail 1,000 times?” a reporter asked. “I didn’t fail 1,000 times,” Edison responded. “The light bulb was an invention with 1,000 steps.”
Even though I’m multi talented I’ve finally took on a challenge to focus on one thing more than the others. I feel like if I can be successful in one the rest will follow so ill focus on that one until I’ve mastered that craft.
“One of the biggest secrets to success is operating inside your strength zone but outside of your comfort zone.”