Failure, the word reaches to the depth of our psyche and can literally make us feel nauseous can't it? There has been so much written on "failure" and how to recover from it, use it, learn from it, or motivate yourself through it. Failure(s) come to all of us as a process of life, in many ways failure is like a guided missile with it's internal trajectory system to keep it on target. Ironically the missile only stays true to it's path by deviating off it's flight path and it self corrects to refocus back on target. In a "kinda" similar way our failures, mistakes, miscue's, losses, are all part of life's trajectory system to fulfill our goals, and live the process of progress. As we experience failure, we recalibrate, refocus, learn, and adapt to increase our knowledge and awareness of how to be successful. Failure then is our greatest pathway to success, excellence, and achievement. So then what could be "the greatest failure" if we can learn from anything, if we are open to failures message? Our greatest failure is trying to be like someone else. We are created to deliver our gifts, through our passion, in our unique way, for this time, to serve others, and empower ourselves. This failure is the passageway to envy, bitterness, heartache, frustrations, and jealousy. To strive to be like someone else is to knowingly put ourselves in emotional bondage. In an odd way we allow that person, or even image to own us, because we have "lost" ourself in their successes or lifestyle. Today reclaim your purpose, and your "why." Give back to "that" person their life. Pick up yours, your failures, your success, your incredible potential, and live again, rediscover that freedom is in who you are.
Written by Carter Hays.
Posted on August 12, 2017 by SpeakerMatch Speakers Bureau