Never know about what will happen, but if you don't try you'll fail and, I think, you've got your anwser.
Never trying will always be worse - Don't die with your music still in you! Babe Ruth was the home run king and strike out king at the same time. Gretsky said you miss 100% of the shots you don't take. Always take the shot - regret is more painful than failure and besides, there is no failure until YOU quit!
Never trying. If you fail, you at least put in some effort. And you learn from your mistakes so you can do better next time. But if you don't try at all, you let an opportunity go to waste.
Never trying is worse. I say that from personal experience.
A personal belief of mine is that when nothing is put in, nothing comes out; attempt little to nothing but then don't complain when no reward comes. It is sooooooo much better to give your honest best and fail, than to have done nothing at all and fail. Thats what I don't understand about our country: we have all of these easily resolvable issues but those in power who have the authority to make the "bigger" decisions lay back or throw pep talks about what we already know is going on, then they go play golf. Our homes are the developmental womb of what is loosed into society. Albeit sometimes somebody who was raised very badly, went through tough times or either just simply doesn't care gets out and impacts people in ways unknown or that either aires on the evening news.
Never trying is a regrettable option as you have not exhausted the options of succeeding..with failing,at least you made an attempt and determined your chances.it is more gratifying when you know you tried and failed than not tried at all.
Easy! Never trying!
At least with failing, you gain knowledge. I never would have found the love of my life if I had never tried. I failed numerous times, but then I discovered that I needed to start with being in love, even before I found her. And, like magic, she found me!
I had long felt that some parts of the Bible didn't make sense, at least with the interpretations fed to me in childhood. If I had never tried, I never would've discovered the Bible's hidden wisdom. In fact, my new book is based on this idea: "The Bible's Hidden Wisdom, God's Reason for Noah's Flood."
I need everyone's support, so I've started an IndieGoGo.com campaign which will launch this coming Friday (April 5, 2013). Video at,
by swedal 8 years ago
Which is worse, failing or never trying?
by Aceblogs 7 years ago
Do you believe that not trying is even worse than failing ?Well what all do you hub mate think that , is it worse for a man not to try the task than failing in that task ?
by gajanis786 7 years ago
Which is worse, failing or never trying?
by Helen Murphy Howell 7 years ago
Which Is Worse?Which is worse failing or never trying?
by Sarah 5 years ago
For me, its never trying. This gives room for personal growth. This also reminds me of when Walt Disney was told he lacked creativity and imagination. But did he stop? No. He created a place where people can go explore the imagination he created to make it their own experience.
by OutsideTheLines 7 years ago
Which one is worse, failing or never trying?
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