Remember, a failure is still a step taken. It won’t immediately signal a success,
but it adds to your store of experience, and that’s always good, even if not
pleasant. It means that you’ve tried, and now you can try again after tweaking or
changing the part of that experience that caused the failure, so you’re closer to
where you want to be. It’s just a sociible review .
That's one of the main differences that separate successful people from those
who aren't as successful. Successful people know how to learn from their
mistakes/experiences and use what they learn to do better next time.
Successful people view failure as a step in the right direction. It means they've
tried something and know what to try differently next time. It means they know
what direction not to go in. It's a simple fact that you will fail sometimes. You'll
try certain promotions that won't work out. You'll try certain projects that won't
work out. You’ll try entire business plans that won’t work out. The 80/20 Principle Applies Here The 80/20 principle absolutely applies to sociible review. Just 20% of the things you try
will lead to 80% of your positive results. That means that the vast majority of the things you try won't lead to the vast majority of your success. Understand that
failure is expected and accepted. It’s not true failure, anyway… it’s simply a
learning experience you can use to earn more the next time around. It’s a small
bump in the road that can actually send you in a new and better direction, if you
have the right mindset about it.
People with a poor mindset let failure hold them back and stop them altogether.
You can't do that if you want to earn 6-figures a year. You have to learn how to
work your "sociible review." Don't view it as a failure – view it as a learning opportunity.
It’s just a simple mistake that can help you do better next time.