It Proves You Did Something.
Having failed at something means you tried something. Something new, something of your own. One way to never fail is to never do...but no-one wants that!
It’s The Best Way To Learn.
Failure makes everything more real and more clear. It’s easy to convince yourself into thinking that your idea or your method is the best and only path. When you encounter failure, you are forced to be more critical and analytical.
It Gives You Time To Regroup And Restrategise.
Once you can analyse your reasons of failure, you start zooming into the parts that don’t work. You start thinking of solutions and get one step closer to success.
It Makes You Resilient.
Failure teaches you to just keep swimming. It teaches you to take a second to breathe but then get back up. The more failures you have, the tougher it will be to keep you down. You’ll just keep getting up till you get stronger and smarter. #SunsilkGirlGiri
It Makes You More Human.
Perfect people do not exist. And if they do they’re boring because they never let themselves make mistakes. Failure makes you more human. You realise that life is not just black and white. There’s a whole rainbow in between.
It’s Helpful To Other People As Well.
Watching other people fail is very inspirational. We can learn from them and it reminds us to keep persisting. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling is famous for all the failures she had before succeeding. She got rejected from oxford university, her mother died when she had just started writing Harry Potter and she was diagnosed with depression. Nevertheless, she persisted and now she is successful beyond imagination.
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