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You Must First Master Failure to Arrive at Success

Published on 12/30/2016
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You Must First Master Failure to Arrive at Success.

 

 

When we think about the concept of mastery, it's usually in the context of acquiring great skill and proficiency. So to talk about mastery in terms of ‘failure’, seems very odd indeed.
Surely no one wants to be that 'good' at failing ... or do they?

 

"You must first master failure before arriving at success".

- Bev Austin

 

The quote above is an acknowledgement of how important failure is in relation to success. In short, there can be no success without it. In fact I would say that the more familiar we are with failure, the closer we get to success.

 

Think about it this way, if mastery is the 'know-how' and failure is the knowing 'how not to' then the result is a deep understanding and ability to unlock huge potential success. Thomas Edison is a great example of 'mastering failure' before arriving at massive success. His 10,000 failed attempts to produce the domestic incandescent light bulb ultimately lead to victory. Mr Edison learned to become proficient at failing and embraced each defeat as a lesson towards growth.

 

Whilst the average person shies away from failure and would never dream of becoming a master of it, successful people make failure their friend because they understand that when you fail big, you can win big. Knowing 'how not to' do something is key to learning how to do it right. Those who have made the greatest advances in life have learned the most lessons by failing spectacularly. In other words, failure is simply the price we pay for success.

 

If you want to win in life, be prepared to fail your way forward. Do not view failure as your enemy but as your constant teacher, guiding and preparing you for massive success.

Bev Austin

 

 

I wish you Happiness, Health and Wealth!!

 

 

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