This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions
for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
Failure is simply a judgment placed on a result.
The real problem lies with how we THINK and FEEL about failure.
If you fail and attach emotional meaning to that failure, it will trigger a core belief about yourself.
You may even say things to yourself like:
“I’m not smart enough, I’m never going to succeed, I can’t believe this isn’t working, what’s wrong with me?”
“My parents were right…”
“I don’t even know why I bother…”
This is how the downward spiral starts.
The truth is that failure is nothing more than a result.
And the purpose of that result is for our own learning.
What don’t I understand about this?
Who do I need to be to get a different result?
The most successful people in the world have experienced more failure than success.
I’ll be teaching more in-depth on this topic in my new podcast series, The Art of Success Business School. To access these free trainings, simply click here:
After all, your own success lies in the ability to respond to results… to course correct and take risks in order to get different results without attaching emotions.