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Fail Better

Published on 11/2/2016
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Fail Better.



"Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better".

Samuel Beckett


When I came across this quote it spoke to me. 12 powerful words delivering maximum impact, a compelling little quote to say the least. It describes a journey, your journey and my journey too. We have all tried and failed ... tried again and failed again, perhaps on numerous occasions. But it is the last two words of the quote that holds my attention and gets the mental cogs turning.


Fail better
What does it mean to 'fail better'?
It may sound like a contradiction, especially if you consider that failure is something the average person would prefer to avoid. However the concept of getting better at failing is a very interesting one. Think about it this way, Successful people have a far higher failure rate than the average person. It's not that they like or want to fail but rather, accept failure as the unavoidable route to measurable success. The Steve Jobs of this world made millions only to lose it all, but came back stronger and rebuilt a fortune. The lesson was learned - fail better.


To fail better, is to embrace the uncomfortable, in the knowledge that beyond the pain and discomfort is the satisfaction of winning big. And those who have dared to fail big are usually the ones who win big in the end.


The average person will equate failing with being a failure, but to a successful person, failure is just the fall before standing upright again and marching on. When we stumble and fall, we can choose to stay down or get back on our feet.


"When you fall, fall on your back. If you can look up, you can get up".

- Les Brown.


Most people walk around in life with their eyes to the ground, hoping to anticipate a stumble before it happens. But with eyes looking down, they can't see where they're going and usually hit a wall.
In contrast successful people walk with their heads up and eyes on the horizon. If they do stumble and fall, it doesn't break their spirit. Yes they may acquire some bruises and perhaps a permanent scare or two as a result but this will not deter them from moving forward.


Life will trip you up from time to time, so why not learn to roll with it and land on your feet? If you avoid failure at all costs, it will end up costing you valuable lessons.

Fail better so that your successes will be greater in return.

Bev Austin



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