"Who would you say is more successful?" Person A -- Who
failed 7 times, and struggled endlessly, before finally reaching
their income goal of six figures/year. Or Person B -- Who
didn't experience any failure or struggle, just completed the
same income goal.
It's just my opinion however I would go with Person A.
Maybe you are that Person A right now and if you are
remember that the more failure/setback/adversity you
experience along your journey ... The greater your success
when you finally do make it. (And you will -- if you keep going
Not only that, as with any failure or setback, you can learn
something that will make you more successful. As Thomas J.
Watson said: "Would you like me to give you a formula for
success? It's quite simple, really: Double your rate of failure ...
Now at first glance you may be thinking he has lost his mind.
However as he continues: "You're thinking of failure as the
enemy of success, however it isn't at all. You can be discouraged
by failure, or you can learn from it ...
"So go ahead and make mistakes -- make all you can. Because,
remember ... That is where you will find success."
Just a quick thought today.