This is the 2nd section of my blog. It severes as a manual for specific ways I've learned to grow myself. These will be short principles that have brought me great insight and understanding of myself, people, and the world. I hope you can utilize them in your life and share with others. Remember, you don't want to miss my daily memoir: "The Mindset of Purpose". Both blogs are located at: live600.weebly.com.You will see "blog" twice at the top right or left of your screen. One will take you to this page, and the other will take you to my memoir. Follow me on Instagram @Girldesperation and on Facebook @LaToya Easter. Every post on this page will begin with this greeting and the blog will begin hereafter.
Thank you for LIVE- ing,
1.) Why you failed.
The most important thing you can learn from failure is the reason behind it. People who view failure as the end all, often miss the very next step to succeeding. Failure provides an enormous amount of knowledge on faults; faults in your approach, practice, and delivery. Creators invent and reinvent constantly. Think of it this way: Apple has six versions of the IPhone; which means they have failures and/or design qualities they continue to improve upon. Without the faults of the first version, they would not have had the same vision of how to improve version two and so forth. The analogy applies to a larger picture of life. Failure is sometimes the Achilles, the hero, to achievement. The key is knowing where you failed and not repeating the same mistakes. However, failure doesn't always mean you should stop your pursuit towards a goal; you have to evaluate your degree of failure and your expertise in the field you pursue.
2.) Failure can open doors.
Through failure, you often are exposed to new opportunities and extensions of your passion. Failure is a network of discovering new things and meeting new people. You have to commit and try at something before you know if you're any good at anything. If you never take a chance, risk, or investment in your aspirations, you will never know your limits.
3.) Failure invites strength.
People who learn from their failures grow stronger. Failure becomes success when it is the catalyst for why you eventually succeed. All stories of success reveal failures. Whether someone invests their last dime or sacrifices everything, when they succeed their failures become the foundation of their legacy.