Failure in life might be a lesson to some people, and some may view it
as a calling, destiny and life. Success always starts with failure. If
you have a close look at some of the most successful individuals that
ever lived, you’ll realize that they all failed big time.


If you prefer to fail, it’s the easiest form of achievement rather than being
successful in life, and the follow tips will help you…

∗Never attempt an extra mile…

∗Stay or remain in a position…

∗Mingle with the wrong mind people…

∗“Never Die” Attitude should not be in your mind…

∗Always find excuse for your actions…

∗Embrace the fear of trying…

∗Be a pessimist…


Planning is not mandatory:

You have a better chance to succeed in life if you have a plan. It
doesn’t have to be perfect. The real world doesn’t reward
perfectionists but those who get stuff done. You should always think
through whatever you want to achieve and make plans on what to do next
at any point in time. You plans should be specific, measurable and
time-bound. A complete big picture prepares you for execution. Don’t
make vague plans. You will be prone to procrastinate if your plan is
not measurable. Work with timelines for better and faster results.
However, these things are stressful and for you to fail do your plans
as they come.

They are always in the wrong place:

Sometimes failure is simply a matter of location – the wrong country,
the wrong state, the wrong job the wrong hobby. This is the tricky
aspect of failure – knowing when to move on to something else. Not all
people are capable of success in all things.

I’m very fast and athletic, but I weigh 140 pounds and have a
difficult time gaining weight due to my cheetah-style metabolism. I
would literally get crushed in the NFL. There was a point in my life
when I had to accept the reality that I wasn’t built for professional
football, my favorite sport. Anyone need a tissue? Oh come on! It’s so

Right now, there is someone doing a mediocre job at work, who could be
world class in another field. Is it you? This is a good reason to
experiment and try different things – you might latch on to something
and love it enough to succeed with it.


Giving up too soon:

How persistent are you about pursuing your dreams and goals in life?
One of the most important secrets of success is learning to conquer
your doubts. Most of us give up on our passion too soon. Every
successful person you know today has a perseverance story to share.
There is probably no better example of persistence than the story of
Abraham Lincoln.

He failed in business at 21, lost a legislative race at age 22, failed
in business again at 24 and lost a congressional race when he was 34.
At 45 he lost a senatorial race. And he failed in an attempt to become
Vice President when he was 47. But he was finally elected President of
the United States at age 52. Lincoln never quit. He could have given
up after several attempts but pursued his ambition to assume the
highest office in America. There is no substitute for persistence. As
long as you are still actively trying after every failure, you have
not failed yet.

If you’ve ever seen someone you love give up on their dream or
struggle, even temporarily, you know of the sinking feeling you get.
Giving up is the number one reason person fail because it is the only
permanent failure. As long as you are actively trying, you have not
failed yet. But once you give up, success will not arrive

You can have the worst strategy and focus on all of the wrong things,
but as long as you keep trying, you will learn and have hope. That is
an important truth.

Failure happens; none of us escape unblemished. But for every single
person who has ever lived, the secret of life is an unflinching,
inspiring little phrase that has shaped nations, bought freedom, saved
lives, and fulfilled so many dreams…

Failures don’t exercise patience for this…

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