Most of us have heard this perspective on failure, yet few have tried this approach. Successful people keep moving, they make mistakes, but they do not quit, only people who attempt nothing never fail. For me there are five principles I have learned over the years that helped me and will help you too if you believes.
Don't take failing personally
As I grow older, I have realized that when I was younger I took failure a lot more personally. All of my mistakes looked a lot bigger. Over the years I have realized and learned that everything I do is not going to be successful. I do not beat up on myself anymore, instead I tell myself to do better next time, and I now know what to do or not to do to protect myself from repeating silly mistake again and again.
Make failing a learning experience
Your willingness to learn from failure and the ability to overcome that obstacle are key components to our success in life. We need to develop the ability to learn from mistakes. The tests of life are not to break you, but to make you. This is the key component that I hold in achieving success in my life. For me as long as I have this key component my life is going to be better.
Do not let failing keep you down
The people who are drowned are people who keep staying in their place. Everyone gets knocked down in this life, but the ability to keep getting up that determines our success. When we do fall, learn what we can from our mistake or the experience and then get back on our feet and keep marching forward.
Keep our sense of humor
Laugh ourselves and the world. It is easy to laugh when we are having a good time and things going great. However it is important to laugh when things are going wrong too. Laughing relieves stress and keeps our mind open to any idea from people and easy to get a solutions of our problems, so try to laugh when you are down too.
Do not give in or give up
There is always a price for success. History has demonstrated that the most winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They finally won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.