you may experience what Napoleon Hill calls
"Temporary Defeat." (In fact with most of the
successful people Hill interviewed for his book
"Think And Grow Rich" it was found they their
success came just one point after defeat had
Unfortunately, for most people, this is where they
give up - never accomplishing their goal(s). You
probably won't fully grasp what I'm about to tell
you, however I'm going to share it with you anyway:
No matter what happens (including adversity,
failure, and heartache) you can learn something
along your journey that will make you more
As one of my favourite quotations from Thomas J.
"Would you like me to give you a
formula for success? It's quite simple,
really. Double your rate of failure."
At first glance you may be thinking that I've lost
my mind. However that's because you don't
understand that "failure" is something that teaches
you how to succeed.
As Watson continues: "You're thinking of failure as
the enemy of success but it isn't at all. So go
ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can.
Because, remember, that is where you will find
success." By understanding this wonderful truth, you
should eliminate a great percentage of your fear of
The more you struggle at making your
Entrepreneurial dreams a reality, the greater your
success and personal satisfaction. No matter what
happens I'm doing everything in my power to make
my current Website a $1,040,000/year business.
That's been my dream every since I was a child. And
I welcome anything and everything I can learn that
will help me reach that goal.
I encourage you to start pursuing your dreams as
well knowing that nothing (including "failure") can
stop you. I'll leave you with a quotation from
"Before success comes in any person’s life, |
they are sure to meet with much temporary
defeat and perhaps some failure. When defeat
overtakes a person, the easiest and most
logical thing to do is to quit. This is exactly what
the majority of people do. More than 500 of the
most successful people this country has ever
known told the author their greatest success
came just one step beyond the point at which
defeat had overtaken them.''