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Breaking down problems into smaller bits helps as well....makes them less daunting. And I think many of us are agreeing that failure is but a learning experience!
Thanks for the insights...failure is actually a signal for a change in direction...not a signal that tells one that he is incompetent. We should all embrace it this way!
It's what we take from failure that's most important, indeed.
And we should all do this!
Love this too!
From the Basketball King himself....we should all learn from this!
We cannot succeed without failing. It's the way of the world.
Thanks for the insights, Lady E! Yes, failure is but a point of learning. We should never shy away from that.
A failure is someone who gives up on himself! Yes!
Yes, it's useless dwelling on the things we cannot change. Move forward instead!
As the old cliche goes...expect the worst and hope for the best!
I'm definitely all for contingency!
An apt metaphor! Failure is indeed a quality control manager.
Yes, failure is simply a change in direction. We just have to take a step back to see how best to restock our lives.
And he's probably shifting gears for you too! So we have to go with it.
We really have to take the time to assess our errors - that's how we improve on them!
My sentiments exactly,Snoblet!
Failure is a journey of learning!
And we should all practice positive thinking. Putting it in place is our hurdle!
We must learn the hard way in order to grow..."part and parcel of life!
Resilience, indeed, is an important ingredient in coping with failure.
Yes, failure is always a sign that we need to chage our direction.
Though the downtimes seem forever, they are but dust that can be shaken off....thanks for the analogy!
You are so right!! We must remember the times we do succeed, even of they are fewer than when we fail. With gratitude for that, we can turn the balance in our Gabor.
I agree. We are so often caught up with failure and feel as though no one else struggles. The thing to remember is that all of us feel it and must move on in order to succeed.
Failure is a learning experience, indeed.
No, you didn't go in too much, Buzzbee! Yes, failure is something society imposes on us to keep us in line....it's a yardstick of measurement. Yet, it's just measurement...that in itself is subjective. No one should judge!
Move forward...it's the only way to go!
We all need the guidance of e to deal with our problems, indeed.
Totally with you!
Bingo! Thanks so much for the lovely quotes and insights!
Right! Failure should motivate, not debilitate.
Yes. Failure only means trying and redirecting, not giving up. THAT would be failure!